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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893042601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1893. NO. 40. How Tlioy Aro Displayed at tho Columbian Exposition. ONE DAY AT JA0KS0N PAEK. A THE I'rollmtnnrjr Surrey Which Give the Render nn Idea of the Scope of tho Fair and How to See It. "i i woTpass To Tiio. stock pavilion. In "this vicinity aro gathered oil and lumber exhibits, etc Passing toward tho south end of tho grounds, wo look at tho displays of agricultural implements, windmills, etc., and this brings us to tho dairy barns and on to tho great stock exhibit. When wo havo gono through that, wo return by way of .tho power houso to tho southeast corner of tho grounds. Hero aro tho forestry, dairy and leather exhibits in succession. Passing tho great Krupp gun exhibit, wo como to an Indian school, and beyond, on tho point, is tho Monastcrio do la Rabida, a reproduction of tho convent in Spain of that name, in which Columbus once took refuge in timo of trouble, and where he is said to,havo evolved his theories as to tho existenco of tho western world. Crossing a bridge, wo como to tho Agricultural building. Hero is where farmers will gather and study and discuss new ways and means of making tho soil givo full returns for their labor. Now let us go over to tho Casino, cross to Music hall and find our way into tho Manufactures and Liberal Arts building, which is tho largest structure of the exE. TOWERS AND MINARETS IN MIDWAY position and contains enough to keep tho visitor busy investigating for months immonso number who will como by tho and months, and investigating in a very Illinois Central. Theso figures of course casual way at that. From hero wo go apply in the caso of an occasional rush, through tho Government building, then such as is likely to occur on tho Fourth to tho naval exhibit, and horo wo aro at of July or on Illinois day. In theso North pier. It is but a short walk from emergencies tho transportation facilities here, post somo of tho foreign buildings, ure equal to tho task of accommodating to tho fisheries exhibit This is very inat least 1,000.000 people teresting, of course, and horo wo soo just A (Illmpso of Midway I'lalsance. how tho srovernment stocks our fished Hero wo aro at Midway plaisanco. out streams and lakes and ponds. This is about as good a placo to disemThe Art Galleries and State Itulldlnff. bark as any, and it is ono of tho features Wo will go now to tho Art galleries, of tho fair besides. Tho entrance is on stopping at tho Illinois building en Uottugo Grovo avenuo, on which street route. This edifice will seo lots of visitho cablo lines mn; Washington park is tors on Illinois day. That domo sots off just beyond. Midway plaisanco is near- tho pilo to good advantage, doesn't it? ly a milo in length. As wo enter tho On the way to tho Art galleries wo pass grounds tho first structure that greets also the state buildings' of Indiana, Caliour eyes is tho Women's building. This fornia, Wisconsin, Colorado, Michigan la headquarters for tho women of tho and Ohio. Our tour of tho Art galleries wdrld, and a visit to it will tsach us takes a long time, of course. And now much about tho advancement of tho box we havo been through all the main in this day and ago. , Now a walk through tho buildings. Deforo wo go any farther you may north end of tho grounds, where all tho as well know that ono admission feo enstate buildings ore located, and a special titles you to 8eo everything within the visit to tho Eskimos and tho building of grounds except tho Eskimo villago and our nativo stato, and wo walk south tho Cliff Dwellers' pavilion. All this talk again. . you havo heard about there being extra Hero, in the long stretch of ground becharges at every turn is nonsense. All tween tho gato and Cottage Grovo avetho private exhibits aro outsido tho nue, are gathered miscellaneous exhibits and amusements of various kinds, for seeing and Indulging in which ono pays foes varying from 10 to 23 cents, and in the cases of tho Hagenbeck animal Bhow, tho panorama 6t Kilauea and tho captivo balloon more are charged. Scats to see tho performances at the animal show all cost from 60 cents to $1. Tho panorama fee is CO cents, and tho trip in tho captive balloon costs tho visitor $3. Well, what havo wo on this sido as we walk out toward Cotl&go Grovo avenue? Hero on tho left wo pass tho'Irish villago exhibit, tho Hagenbeck animal show, tho Dutch settlement (there's more of this on tho other side of tho plaieanco, you seo), tho natatorinm, tho panorama of tho Bernese Alps and tho Turkish villago. This is tho Moorish palaco. There KNTIUNCE TO THE KISIIEIUES BUILDING. is $1,000,000 in gold coin exhibited in jrounds proper, in Midway plaisanco there. Now wo come to tho Ico railway, and and olsowhuro, and it is entirely optional with tho visitor to bco them or lot them next to the Chiuesn teahouso, passing by alono. the French cidor press, tho fire and guard Hero wo halt and boo tho children's station, and two or three minor exhibits, and hero wo are at tho Austrian villago. dxhibit, and now wo aro at tho HortiI am more Interested, howovor, in the cultural building. This is tho groatest Dahomoyau villago just beyond. Theso horticultural display ever gathered together, and from all parts of tho world, of are somo of tho colored ladles who have had disagreements with our French course. This is Choral hall, where somo of the friends. Along here aro tho Roman groatest musical artists of tho world, will houso, tho Hungarian orphoum and bo heard during the progress of tho fair. other things, and theso passed wo arrive at tho nursery oxhiblt and at tho end of Passing on, wo como to tho Transportation building, where wo find exhibits Midway plaisanco. showing tho porfectod facilities of modPoor Lu and III Cousins. ern travel and tho improvements of latHere on tho way back wo find Poor Lo ter day mothoda over thoso of times past and his cousins from India hobnobbing togothor iu adjoining villages, next to pas-scng- er Now that wo aro in Chicago and tbont to visit tho World's fair grounds tho question arises. How shall wo go? Thoro aro a dozen ways, of going, but wo want to take tho quickest way. Wo aro near tho Illinois Central station, so let's go over and catch, a train. They run ono overy two minutes on a special track to tho fair grounds, and besides tho suburban trains tako lots of visitors out. There aro several roa'ds running to tho grounds, among thorn tho Baltimore and Ohio, tho Northern Pacific, tho Lako Shoro and Michigan Southern and tho Pennsylvania systems. Then there aro tho cablo lines and tho olovatcd road, which latter has stations street and on tho roof of at Sixty-thir- d the Transportation annex. Tho cable lines run on Wabash avenno and Stato street. You can catch a car at any timo on either of thoso streets up town. Will tho roads bo ablo to bandlo all tho traffic? That question has been asked thousands of times, and thoro is only ono answer that is "Yes." At tho terminal station alono there aro 85 standing tracks for arriving and departing trains, which mako facilities .for tho reception of 100.000 pcoplo overy hour. Tho cablo lines can handle 80,000, and the elevated road 20,000, not to mention tho 80,000 or 40,000 who can bo taken caro of by tho steamship lines, nor tho CAPTAL IS GOING TO .. All tho capital of tho country that people nro spending for Clothes. That is nearly all of it. And tho most that comes to Louisville comes also to LEVIT'S-Louisvill- e's House in Temporary Quarters, 1121 West Market. Tho reason is plain. Levy's ia the best place to buy Clothes better this year than ever before. Try Levy's. Send a cash mall order ; money refunded if goods fall to please ; express paid in for 200 miles this month on every suit sent out, boys' or men's. Great-est'CIothl- LOUISVILLE BCENB ON THE QUAY. modern buildings being representative of different parts of tho empire. Now comes tho other half of tho Dutch village, beyond which aro tho Japanese- bazaar and tlio glass works. This is tho end of our rather swift tour of tho 'World's fair. Of course wo havo had but n superficial look at tho greatest exposition tho world over conceived. To study it thoroughly means a work of months, oven if ono givo his attention only to thoso things that interest him most. But wo havo been through tho fair and havo seen it in a way. Now, if you have time to study and enjoy it, you know how to go about It systematically from tho survey you havo made. This preliminary survey Is advisable oven if you have plenty of time to spend, for it will savo you moro than a little annoyance and confusion in your after studies of tho World's fair. horo Is tho German villago, mndo up of houses, of mediroval times partly, tho SPECIAL FETE DAYS. Tho following special foto days havo been arranged by the World's fair committee on ceremonies: Washington, May 17; Wisconsin, Muy 23; Maino, May 24; Denmark, Juno B; commercial travelers, Juno 10; Germany, Juno IS; Nobraska, Juno 10; Massachusetts, Juno 17; Now Hampshire, Juno 21; France, July 14; Utah, July 24; Liberia, July 25; Independent Order of Foresters, Aug. 12; Hayti, Aug. 16; colored pcoplo, Aug. 23; North Carolina, Aug. 18; Austria, Aug. 18; tho Netherlands, Aug. 81; Nicaragua, Sept. 1: Catholic education, Sept 2; Now York, Sept 4; Brazil, Sept 7; California, Sept. 0; Maryland, 8ept. 12; Michigan, Sept 18 and 14; Kansas, Sept 15; Colorado, Sept 10; Montana, Sept 20; Patriotic Order Sons of America, Sept. 20; Iowa, Sept 21; Rhodo Island, Oct. 5; Spain, Oct 13; Italian societies, Oct. 12; Minnesota, Oct. 18. "ti ft: I MILLING CO, ISIardinsburg yformal institute ! SUMMER TERM OPENS IRVINGTON Monday, May 9th, 1893. And Continues Eight Week. Hoard In private families $2.50 per week, $0.00. 7..r0. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom MILLERS Grain Dealers anil Manufacturers of the Tuition in Common branches per term " " Higher " " " " " Music Type-writing 8.00. 8.00. and Telegraphy each Highest Grades OF COURSE. Common Branches. Commercial Law, Algebra, Geometry, Latin, Surveying, and Telegraphy. Rhetoric, Physics, Pedagogy, Music, Rook-keepinType-writing Roller Process s"" DRUMMERS' DAY. Tho-World- FACULTY. R. P. Shacklett, principlo, professor Common Branches j P. U. Hays, associate professor Higher Branches; Jtnlgo V. G. Babbnge, proferor and Telegraphy; Milton Board, M. D., lecturer on Physiology J. R. Eskridge, L. L. B., lecturer on Political Science ; Mrs. Thomas 11. Withers, in chargo of Music and Elocution. g J ifltirtiy OF GROUNDS. GLIMPSE OP TOWERS. NORTII END WORLD'S CONGRESSES. coro-inoni(- & Roller Process Typo-writin- fair committeo on has assigned Juno 10 as tho - day of the Commercial Travelers' protective association. Tho programme will bo a very elaborate- ono and will includo the attendance of at least 8,000 traveling men from almost overy state in the Union. Tho annual convention will bo held at Peoria, Ills., on Juno G, 7 and 8. and on tho 9th tho delegates and members will adjourn to Chicago, special trains being chartered for the purpose. The Peoria people ore raising $5,000 for tho entertainment of tho traveling men. There will be parades and other festivities at Peoria, und at Chicago there will bo a mammoth parade. Tho "boys" will be in 20 stato divisions, each division headed by a first chiss band, and other stops will bo taken to mako tho parado ono of tho biggest events of tho season and of tho fair. Special trains will bo on hand to tako tho traveling men out to Jackson park, where there will be another parado and ceremonies of u very uniquo character Six orators of national reputation will deliver addresses, and tho governors of 10 states will also occupy positions on tho platform. feto A MODEL KITCHEN. Tho Illinois woman's exposition board will conduct a model kitchen in tho Mrs. Richard J. Women's building. Oglesby has planned tho work to illustrate tho valuo of corn, ono of tho chief Lessons in food products of Illinois. the scientific and hygienic preparation of food will 'J)0 given such as involves no loss of nutriment or useless expenditure of personal cnorgy or fuel. All the modern contrivances for saving labor and annoyance will, us far as possiblo, bo in actual nso. It la belioved a better knowledgo of tho nutritive properties of ART INSTITUTE. tho cereal and tho many excellent diBhea IWhero the congresses will bo held. which may bo prepared from it will pcrs and romarka will bo strictly limited prove of greut advantage to visitors. to an allotted timo. Tho object will bo to stato results and present existing RARE CHINA. problems nnd suggested remedies, and Ono of tho rarest oxhibits at tho exponol-thbo' a selection of Coalport for this purpoeo lengthy papora aro sition will necessary nor desirable. china. A specialty Is tho .chalcedony Tho congresses liavo boon arranged in decoration, which reproduces tho hues of tho ogato. Imitation turquoises are tho following ordor: May Woman's Progress, Tho Publlo Press, studded on somo of tho vases with fine Medicine and Bunrory. effect Juno Temperance, Moral and Social no-for- tho Columbian exposition at Jackson park is designed to stimulate and satisfy tho material wants of mankind, a scries of moro than 100 moral and intellectual expositions, or convon- j tions, have been arranged for this sum mcr in Chicago. Tho avowed object of tho World's Congress auxiliary in organizing these international congresses is to establish fraternal relations among tho Amplo capital, tho best quality lenders of mankind, review tho progress already achieved, stato tho living problems now awaiting solution and suggest of grain and niodorn machinery, tho means of further progress. o In other words, tho spirit of what is skillfully handled enablo us to pro-duccalled university extension is tho spirit results unsurpassed. of this international congress scheme Tho familiar mottoes under which it is Ordors promptly filled and carebeing advanced are, "Not things; but men," and "Not matter, but mind." To mako tho proceedings of tho various ful attention given to congresses as worthy of a worldwide publication ns possible, to roduco as far CUSTOM WORK. as practicable tho oxpenso of such publication, to prevent repetitions of matter For any furthor information call and duplicate assignments of speakers, to secure such n strength nnd forco of on or address tho treatment as will insure tho widest reading, and to secure a just representation of all tho participating countries, tho themes to bo presented in tho various congresses will bo selected with a view COMPANY. to mako a complete and order if treatment of the goneral subject embraced In tho department Tho programmes of IRVINGTON, KY. tho different departments and divisions will bo cnrefully compared, and all pa-Wliilo Corn. 3d:ea,l Bran, Shipstuff and zseu CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF! Word to Consumers of Baking Powders. Why T Uao th chesp grades of Baking or why T pay a largo prlco for reputation, when you can buy tho very best, that l warranted to your satisfaction by F. N. D'Huy, of Clovorport, Ky. D'Huo's Clovor Leaf li what you should uie, can be bought for 15 cent! per hnlf pouud can or 25 centi per one pound can. Write for Orders from Merchants solicited. prices. A Tow-dcrs Chock Full or New Goods Is Stone's Gash Store Located Ten Miles from Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. Consisting of a general line of Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hats, Shoes, Queenswuro and other Qoods to numerous to Itemize. Yn have doubled our trade In tho last twclvo months and want to double again. Therefore we are selling very cheap. Kverybodny that trades wllb us, comes again. Cone and got bargains. Yours truly. C. W. STONE. CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF! IRVINGTON MILLING CLOVER LEAF ! -- A Cncbhick Jack, with white points, li is good qualities, about eight years old uml l an excellent breeder. This Jack It well worth $oi, but If taken by the ut day of April will take tyc, cash or fmnne-hai- r cash, balance on time with good note and security. Call nn or uddreti For Sale. ilolt.llrccki'nrhliicCt. J. C.TINIUS, Ky. BANK OP E "" TiV fTT.'nrnT-- r """"T"T SjMMMmt tr "N 1 V JKJ AI1D 7CZ A I A 5 HARDINSBURG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $5 400. D. F. BEAIID, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. Q. W. BEAKD ! I IN THE NEXT ISSUE A GREAT DETECTIVE STORY RUBY GRACE DARLING'8 BOAT. V v ' LA RADIO A. stcamor wontto tho rescuo of tho passenger Forfarshire on Tho little boat in which Grace Darling tho rocks of ono of tho many Interesting exhibits in tho Transudation building at tho fair. 'EUROPEAN NEWSPAPERS. Fnrnojsland Sept. 0 and 7, 1838, will be August Engineering, Art, Architecture, etc.; Government, Law Ileform, Itolltlcal Science, eto.i Goneral Deportment, Science and Philosophy. September Labor, Religions, Missions and Church Societies, Sunday Rost. October Publlo Health, Agriculture. .DOLL8 TO ILLUSTRATE SURGERY. Oommerco and Finance July Muslo, Uterature, Education. Y Now comes tho Mines and Mining building. Here aro shown ancient and modem methods of mining, and hero aro gathered tho groatost imaginablo variety and wealth of exhibits from oil the great mining states and territories, from Alaska, Australia, Africa and all over tho earth. This is 6ne of tho displays that it takes timo to bco. The Electrical EihlblU And now tho electrical exhibit. What a contrast with that of tho centennial? After this a short tour about tho Administration building, and then for Machinery halL We cannot nor could not make any sort of a complete inspection of this building if wo put In overy day hero during tho fair, but wo will tako a layman'a loolj about. Jrqra Ijfiip f DIANA ON THE AORICCLTURAL DUILDINO. tho captive balloon and in close proximity to tho Chlneso village. Tho Celestials havo a theater here, which wo must "take in" somo timo. This is tho Morocco national exhibit, and bore is tho panorama of tho volcano Kilauea. Tbla renresenta a street in. Cairo, and Tho(subjoct of "Tho Publlo Press In Russia" will bo presented in tho world's public press congress by M. Constantino Rakouza do Soustchcffsky, tho imperial Russian commissioner, and "Tho Publio Press of Italy" by Slgnor V. Zeggio, tho royal Italian commissioner. M. Alexis de Kobelatzky, member of tho Russian imperial commission, will contribute a papor on tho grout traussiberian railway. Dr. Panaghlotis G. Flambolls, resident priest of tho Greek church, will present tho faith and distinguishing characteristic of tho Grcok church in tho world's parliament of religions. Piles of pco"nle"iiavo pllea, hut DoWllt's Witch Hazel Salvo, will euro them. Short & Haynes, Clovorport, and Board & Beo-je- r, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. fering from broken bones and all sorts of Injuries, and aro fitted with splints nnd other appliances and placed in such tttitudes as astual patients would be nado to usaum. Do you lack faith and lovo? Lot us establish your faith and restore your hoalth with DoWitt's Sarsaparilla. Short & HayneB, Clovorport, and Beard & Beelor, Ilardlnsburg, Ky, Latest fads in neckwear at Babbago'a. tal of London will havo a singular oxhiblt at tho fair. It is a collection of dolls to illustrate tho advantages of various surgical appllancea. They are suf- Tho Bloomsbury Homcoopathio hospi- Who Can Beat It? Mrs. Catherine l'loch, who has lived near Romo, Intl., lor quito a number of years, and who was born in Germany, near Frankfort, in 1821, and Is now in her C9th year, has beaten tho record for work, having in tho past twelve months knit-to- d on tho common knitting needles four pairs of silk men's jackets, thirty-tw- o pair saxony gloves and mits, twenty-flv- o yarn glovea, two bed quilts, eight yards pairs socks, twclvo of lace, twenty-fou- r pairs stockings, and spun on a littlo old wheel brought over from Germany twenty barrels of wool just as it was cut from tho sheep's back. Sho walked each day LISTEN during tho blackberry season four miles to tho blackberry patch and picked nov enty gallons of berries. Sho also dried ton bushols of apples. Shu says in tho past ten years alio has knitted foity-ilv, quilts. Sho thinks it only good exercise to walk to Cannelton from Itomo in part of a day and return noxt day, it being twenty miles. Plcuso Und twelve Amor- lean womon wno nave done as mucn fbrk in fivo years as Mother l'loch has In ono year. STKHiiOiai'onT, Ky., April 10, 1893. o J sjwittuwniawrtrtflflrtsflawfliwn ! MOMUS ESKRIDGE R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID 1 -- Dire tor ) ON TIME DEPOSITS Wall Paper GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for What about that room of yours 7 Should it not Wo Kimrantoo "C. C. C. Coin euro tain CoiikIi Cure" to Croup. Coughs.Coltla,I,aGrlppo, Whooping Cough, and all Throat and Lung 1Ucimc. havo been papered some timo ago 7 Couldn't afGrain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich ford it, eh 7 Igan Platter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Perhaps not if you havo by the Barrel, Plaatsr Hair, tho prico of tho old papor staring you in tho face, j & That was years ago though alThings aro different now. Brick, Plow Dandles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders ac! You can paper your wholo companied by cash prompt houso quito artistically It filled. without going outsido our and 12c. papora? 8c, 10c, Ilordura and celliugs to Cheap, pretty, match. durable new patterns for this spring's trado. Our best quollty of pa per In embossed goods, figured ingrains an hand-inad- o papurs are colored in tho very highest stylo of tho Wall Patter art and CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. MBMMMM MHMMMIM MM MMMMHi aro not expensivo. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE JN0. D. BABBAGE, known forlSyaars as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Tnftni f IICIURDSO HID1CI1B CO., IT. ton. E. O. IUdhaok, Manager, Reapers and Mowers, Pine Poplar Shingles TABLERmrt OINTMENT w v ?M n. I V, XI" -- . twemi, ayfrv. r.rnnnwi''. ww"mn www PWWWifPWWHim 2 Highest of all in Leavening Power. THEX Latest U. S. Gov't Report BRRGKRNHIDGR NETWS, GIaOVJEXRPORF, KY. RoYal j Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, Baking Powder In using tho abovo and quoting from myself I givo utterance to a sentiment that ovory ono has oxpenenceu. Tho Coronado Doach lwtel, near San Diego, is about tho largest hotel at which 1 over put up so much as I did when I eamo away from tho placo. Tho surf is heard beating with a low San Diego boom against tho beach. This boom costs ono $2 per day. Food, lodging and boom each $2. Still that is choap for a rs of n day at I remained tho San Diego hotel and then resumed work. I hato to bo idlo. Tho Coronado cost n very largo sum of raonoy, but did not pay, so a creditor bought it for $100,-00and whilo ho was thinking what ho would do with it was offered $1,000,000. Ho accopted it at once, as ho already had another hotel. It was full whon I was there at living rates, say $0 to .f 05 per day. Tho courtyard contains 80 acres of land, which is very valuablo, as people aro constantly settling up in the neighborhood if they can. Tho dining room is bounded as follows: Beginning at tho southeast corner at a sideboard; thenco running 8 poles 3 chains and 3 links to a palm trco; thenco south 11 poles 2 chains and 4 links to a tlroplaco; thenco west 47 degrees 8 poles 3 chains and 2 links; thenco north 10 poles 1 chain 2 links to placo of beginning. Invalids aro admitted if thoy will ngreo not to dlo in tho house. In ono room, under tho bell push, tho following statement was mado: three-quarte0, Tho cream of tho ambition, kindliness, industry nnd thrift of tho oldor Btatcs Is lraio. ft oxplalns why you sometimes Btrlko an old deserted villago In tho far I vst, whoro only tho old or incapacitated Tho young nro horo. I ro to bo met with. Dooms may como, and booms may go, but California will go on forovcr. i Spring Millinery. : Ivinooln N. 8. II. I). 1-- 033. N .41 M LINCOLN will make tho Beason of 1893 nt my place 1 4 miles East of Bowloyvillo, Ky, it is roynl, in fact wo will Bay that his blood lines aro so uniquely blended into tho As to his breeding, :!fr JHHHQli ABSOLUTELY PURE APItIL 20, 1693. formance at San Bernardino nnd laughed heartily during tho evening. COLORING OF WALLS. P. S. Thanks are hereby oxtondod to Mr. Isoao W. Lord, who attended our per- NYE IN CALIFORNIA. HE ROAM3 AT LARGE IN IT8 LUXURIANT ORANGE GROVES. -, IIow to Make the Itoonii Most AttractlTt nnd I'leosnnt. It Is slowly dawning upon tho deco rativcly inclined woman that tho fundamental law of household beauty does not rolato to cariHits, hangings, cliairs or cab-inot- s, Donmnrks, by both his sire nnd dam through" his ronowned ancestry, on through tho veins of tho old four-mil- e raco horeo Denmark, and back until tho savor of such blood is lost in sens of perfection on Oriental continents. Bred as ho is, with tho bone, body, size, style, color and kindly disposition ho possesses, wo claim him tho best all purposo stallion in Western Kentucky. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. fore-walk- s, boom. March. J Tho contrast between Mainonnd southern California as rival winter rosorts is very great Hero tho orango is picked during tho entire- year, and it is estimated that enough oranges fall off and nro plowed under as fertilizers each year to supply tho now stato of Wyoming completely tho year round. It is estimated that established orango orchards of a good quality yield 10 per cent on tho investment. Of courso poor brands of oranges, just liko ill chosen orchards of poor, tniscrablo apples, yield much less. A young orchard not only docs this after it is in bearing, but increases vory greatly in valuo each year. Thin Information I get from old and tried friends and not from agents, and I spoak especially of Itivcrsido, whero tho orange is found in its greatest perfection and freo from disease Tho banana grows in southorn California, but would rather not It was induced to try this country by tho tarantula, which flourishes hero and loves to dnst olf ono'a chest with his hairy legs. An amatour Cleopatra here used tho tarantula with great effect in taking her own Ilfo in tho closing sceno, but the blto of tho tarantula Involved so much skirt dancing and calisthenics that tho scenic effoct was good and did much to rovive "Cleopatra" on tho coast. As 1 writo this it is raining groat big invoices of eastern rain of tho wot kind, and yet a hospltablo man has his open victoria at tho door for mo to go riding for the purposoof adding to my collection of sceuory. Hospitality is ono of tho best products of tho human heart, and thcro is no danger of overproduction, but I am so thoroughly gorged with scenery from the .Natural Bridgo in Virginia to tho Golden Uato that when any one says scenery to mo 1 writho. Orango orchards are rare and beautiful sights, but when I can sit in this warm room gathered about a big coal tiro and see miles of them from the window, why should I put on my fur overcoat and a mackintosh in order to free.o and cry out with assumed delight overy half mllo whilo I gradually got Pomona of tho lungs? - Why lie Wilt Not Visit the World' I'nlr. Something About n Ulg Hotel ami How It I Located Mooting nn Old Friend. (Copyright, ISO, by Edgar W. Nyo. Aiio.va tub Okanocs and Lemons. I T1h way to find tho Coronado hotel on landing in Snn Diego is to look first for tho opera house, whero wo appear. Tho following is a drawing of it from momory: neod trQnsilnwill bo not ringInfor water, found the bed. spring ......... ....... ;,,,,, i : good as a : m O "q"J)i ii 'a- mi n.r.o-B- y zcffl w (l -- 3- .- -' $& 1 Wa"1:. iU 1C jQ,iiu ?. X3 M IN AN OUANQK OltCIIAUD. cry thing grows hero that ono can well nsk for oxcept hard wood and coal. Oonl hero mostly comes from British Columbia and Australia. Tho seasons of tho year hero don't know onough to como in when it rains. As u well known San Francisco poet and chiropodist so truly and sweetly describes it: Tin tho Innd where It's always afternoon. Tho seasons of which tho savants toll us are four viz. spring, summor, autumn and winter but thoyaro not used hero at all. You havo to keep a calendar in ordor IP, ' $ c to know whether it's Christmas or the Fourth of July, and though rosea grow in great big mossos whorover you put them a bearskin overcoat with tho pockets full of moth powder should not bo over eight foot away tho your round. In California you don t ask for a room at tho hotel whero you get a fino pros-poe- t. Vou ask for ouo that tho sun shines on and In. California will doubtless supply tho most beautiful and interesting exhibit of any stato nt tho World's fair. I shall not go to tho exposition, for I cannot bear tho humiliation of seeing North Carolina's monger showing compared with tho ontorpriso and wonderful beauty of this etato's ozhibit An entiro orchard of oranges In bearing has been takon up bodily, and with tho trees carefully boxed and tho roots ana sou compioio win oo roprouueou at Chicago. That is only a littlo pointer on tho stylo of enterprise that will crop out wherovcr California's namo appears. J comparo this with North Carolina ono of tho fair officials from North Curolina has spoken to mo sovoral times about her uttor ncgligouco in regard to tho matter and tho sorrowful display as It will appear when compared with other states. Should this reminder bo the means of arousing a sickly ambition I am content North Carolina beats tho world on apples, and tho pokoLorry ink grown there is redder than any I havo ovor boforo encountered. As tho poet so truly and bo grnplilcally goes on to statoi o Oh, how I love to wrlto upon tho hotel letterhead And chaao a thought With nimble, trenchant To squeeio the berry of tho poke Judiciously And Jerk with Joy a drop or Ink! Ob, what a glorious thins U thought, And vrlutta Joy to make a nation think! pen. lv h I . I'retty Spring Gown. A pretty fancy choviot of newly 'imInqulro thoro. and you will bo shown ported dosign In combination with broadtho Coronado, which you will recognize cloth of a contrasting color and a vest of by tho rates which como into viow long whito vesting trimmed with fancy braid beforo tho hotel is reached. is u?ed in making this pretty spring Carriage) hiro and Mount Hood aro tho two highest things on tho coast aside from that San Diego county Is larger than Massachusetts, but not so thickly populatod. It Is u balm for tho consumptive if ho will be a littlo careful about taking cold. Tho climato and bay are so soft and equablo that most every consumptive lias a nlco big palm ovor his grave. This statoment is not intended to reflect on tho climato. Many consumptives como hero nnd livo as long as they care to. Still it is a lovely spot. At Bivorsido I mot my old friend W. J. Mclntyro. Years ago ho was tho agent of tho government at the seal Islands. IIo staid thero with his family for years among tho Alout Indians and studied the whole soal industry. IIo mado a long aud careful report, showing how tho government might with u thorough, careful supervision kill lOO.OOOseals per year and not damage tho plant. ThiB report took STYLISH AND REASONABLE. all his spare timo whilo there. Ho re- gown. Tho most nttractivo fcaturo of turned in fur garments, ho und his wifo this gown is tho trlplo capo of broadcloth nnd littlo girl, and with a head of whisk- which tho skotch shows. It is divided ers that peoplo camo hundred of miles into sections, lessening tho weight on tb to seo. shouldors. Tho skirt, which is wido nt Tho New York press was eager to get tho foot, has two crosswiso tucks piped his re- with cloth like tho capo. The cost of Bomo of tho matter contained in port, but ho said, "No, it belongs to tho making this gown is, according to tho government" So, although ho was not Now York Recorder, as follows: rich, he was loyal. Ho took tho roport 6 yards choviot at C0o., $1 II to his chief and offered it to him. 1 S3 , 1) yards broadcloth at $1.25 hav2 2$ 0 yards fancy braids at 25c Tho chief, who is now no moro, 18 vesting (cotton) atSSc. per yard... ing been oro this judged for his crooked- H yard 0 00 Linings, etc ness, said haughtily to Captain Moln-tyr7 GO Dressmaker (3 days) at S2.G0 per day "When tho government wants a 518 W Good Total report from you, it will signify it morning." Captain Mclntyro, who was Dinner Etiquette redheaded then and did not know that On elegant tables each plato is accomcabinet officers sometimes- - stood in with a seal killing syndicate, throw tho care- panied by two largo silver knivos, a Braall fully prepared document in tho grate silver knifoand fork for fish, a small fork and began tho practlco of law. His o for oysters, n tablespoon for soup and would, if followed, havo saved all three largo forks. Tho napkin is folded in tho center with a pioce of bread upon Dehring sea trouble Ho has been rowarded, and I am glad it As tho courses aro Borved tho knives to 6ca that things aro going his way. and forks nnd spoons that havo boon used Honesty is not always fatal to prosperity. aro removed with tho plato. Fish should California is noted for its roads nnd bo oaten with a silver fork, and if full of rido tho othor bones needs tho uso of tho knifo as woll. streets. I took a day without ratiguo, nto 10 largo navol For Bwootbreads, cntleta, roast beef, etc., orangos und picked out a good orango tho lcnifo is also necessary, but for s rissoles, bondrics a la Reine, grovo for my wifo. Orango groves aro and dishes of that class tho fork is worth from $700 to $1,100 por ncro, according to tho ago of trees and tho quality required. When dessert Is reached, overything or variety of the fruit Ton acres or twenty is tho slzo of tho avorago orchard. save tho tablecloth and iloral decoraA man can bo hired reasonably to tako tions nro removed. A doesort plato with caro of tho trocs nnd attend to tho mar- a small silvor spoon, a dessert spoon and fork, and Bomotimoa u combination fork keting. I took half an aero. and spoon for ices is placed beforo each guost Pears and apples nro pooled with a slrver knifo, cut in quarters and oaten with tho fingers. Grapes should bo eaton from behind tho half closed hand, the stones and skins falling into tho fingers unobserved, and thenco to tho plato. Orangos aro eaten with n spoon. Salad is eaten with n fork, but needs n knifo to cut largo leaves that havo not boon divided boforo serving. Chccso is eaten with n fork, though soft cheeses are spread on n bit of cracker or bread and convoyed to tho mouth by tho fingers. Saltcellars aro now placed nt each' plate, and it is not improper to tako salt with tho lcnifo. Tho Biuall after dlnuer coffee spoon in usod with tho tiny cujw of tho black bovcrngo that concludes all dinners. Tho spoon is tho most dangerous implcmont of tho diunor, bo far as Its correct usago is concerned. Soup 1b always takon from tho Bido nnd is eaten noiselessly. To push tho spoon into tho mouth either end first EAT1NO SIXTEEN LAUQE ORANOES. or otherwiso is decidedly vulgar. I got a good man who promised to tako ut a reasonablo prico ier year caro of it l'or Ilroakfnst. and not oat any without consulting mo A timplo Irrcnkfoet, but ono which lf at Now York. I thought of this plan ought to tempt oven a fastidious nppo-titand will introduco it into Californla. is: Tho Pacific ocean reminds me very Orape fruit evidently much of tho Atlantic nnd linked potatoes. Frlcnsico of chicken. MulUM. Tout. to tho samo family. It contains Coir. salt, seaweed nnd tho Sandwich Islands. Monarch shirta in all of (ho most The peoplo of California aro, after all, tinUr nt Bobbago's. tho bfit feature of thaji'uolfl A represents the auditorium. B proscenium. dressing room. D people gayly cntorlng. o: ad-vics, tim-balemy-Boo, rr.-ntry. ji iyII Vnin aro fino rugs and etchings of scenes, vain are shelves of curios nnd divans with cushions of Inviting contour, if tho walls bo of tho largo flowered variety or rosomblo an nnciont patchwork quilt in tho number of hues with which they aro covered. Thero nro n fow general principles, says Tho Decorator and Furnisher, In accordanco with which tho walls o? a room may bo treated so as to produce an artistic result Tho chief factors in deciding tho color aro tho size of tho room und tho amount of light it rocoivos. In rooms wliich faco tho north tho north light, which is whitish to bluish in color, requires that tho walls bo decorated In luminous tints ranging from orango yellow to warm red. Rooms with a southern oxposnro, conversely, should be papered or painted in tints ranging from greenish yellow to blue. Rooms facing cast or west should bo decorated in yellow, as cast nnd wwt lights havo yellow and purploin their composition. A hall should bo dono in strong, dark colors, whilo tho rooms oponing off it may rango from tho deep, rich tinta sult-abl- o to n library to tho palo ones of bedrooms nnd loudolrs. Pompolian or Damascus red is a good color in n hall. Russots, browns, dull yellows and tans aro nlso suitable For libraries rich colors are always deslrablo, as, for oxamplo, reds, browns, golden greens and orango. For dining rooms soft reds and browns aro good, as nro also combinations of bluo or green with silver in small figures. Bedrooms require tho paler shades of all colors. All walls on which pictures nro to bo hung should bo in solid, or almost solid, color. No etriking patterns should bo used, for it will necessarily distract tho oyo from tho picture. As n goneral rulo pictures aro most offoctivo against a dark neutral colored background. but to tho coloring of tho walls. '& life &i " &' ; dMavinff just returned from a two-wee- ks :27 ; stay in .Louisville, I desire to call the attention of the Ladies stock of to my new LINCOLN is dark bay, foaled in 1888, with black legs, main and tail, long, rangy neck, with nlco nozzle, nnd a untural saddler, walks, paces, racks, canters nnd trots bqunro under tho saddle and in harness. Sire, On Timo by Stonownll Jackson 72, by Washington D.cnmarkOt, by Gaines Denmark 01, by Denmark F. 8. by Hedgeford (Imp.,) Stonewall Jackson 72; dam by Tom Hal, Washington k 04, dam l'olly Hopkins No. 46, by Cockspur, Gaines Denmark 01, Stevenson Maro No. 48, by Cockspur. Lincoln will bo permitted to servo marcs on tho following terms i Ono maro $12.00 for living colt, two or moro mares belonging to samo pary $10.00. Wo hopo to do business with our old patrons and many new ones in 1893. Respectfully, Don-mar- 1 . 1 i DRURY & ORABB, Bewleyville, Ky. m A . Time-l- y Recipe. sweeten to taste with MILLINERY -- :: "" - The latest Styles, Completest Stock, Largest Assortment, Tuko ten parts each of Constructive Ability, Watchmaking Skill and Managerial Capacity, fivo parts of Decorative Taste, a good many dollars' worth of Proper Advertising ; add a pound of Ilard Common Senso, a handful of Innovations and a pinch of Conservatism ; stir slowly over tho Fire of Determination ; Skim off Old Fogy Prices ; -:- A-- :-l and most Reasonable Prices ever known in Cloverport. Call to ' ' i-- :- stDtirg Jeweler 'Plie Liar din WILL AND HAPPY. YOU BE SAM'L RAY. WITH IIOUERT Y. HARE. Proper Trade Methods; start tho music-bo- x to tho tune "America," paste on the kottlo "Tho Best Watch in tho World for tho money," bought of -CL X--. X T. Ei W S, MES. H. V. DUNCAN, CLOVERPORT KY. "3 RATES! Crescent Tobacco" - Warehouse, BAY & CO., Proprietors. -:- - -:- Elgthman8do3Mtaoin8?ir.eet8' L0UISVI LLE, KY. i With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Freo. A Premium for Every Subscriber! BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. -- TO TSCS- i !1 Iouisville, Jack Fjiost Fkeezer makes $50.-aiV- EN Ky. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. exhibit ico cream in 30 Seconds. AWAY. that can bo mado for our . ' V- - i 1 Wo want tho best ico cream Given Away to our Paid - In - Advance at tho World's Fair. away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sending us a receipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To aH others will bo sent a desk or pocket calondar for 1803 nnd a PIIESHNT WOKTII 81.00. Encloso 10 cents in stamps or silver to cover postage. '. 2751 Ono Niagara Grape Vine 1,50 Don't let this opportunity slip, you may nover get another like it. 25 2762 Ono Novel, paper CO 2753 Fivo Apple Trees, Ekron Nursery.. JAOK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, 60 2754 Camille, by Alox Dumas, cloth , .... ,1 50 r. , 2755 One Niagara Grapo Vino New York. 29 Murray Street, ". ." 25 2750 Ono Collar Button 50 2757 Fivo Apple Trees, Highland Nursery, Cloverport 1 60 .' 2758 One Niagara Grapo Vino 25 2769 Ono Novel, paper , . ...... 25 27G0 Ono Collar Button 2701 Ono Collar Button .RR ,25 .'rff. 50 2702 Fivo Apple Trees, Polk's Nursery. Toblnsport, Ind . . , c& 50 2703 Christie) Johnson, by Charles Reade, cloth ."..... ' 2704 Ono l'nir Ladies Patent Lever Cuir Buttons 100 25 2705 Ono Novel, paper , 60 2700 Ono Novel, Called Back, cloth 25 2707 Ono Collar Button 2708-O- no , 150 Grapo Vino... s 50 2709 Fivo Applo Trees, Highland Nursory 2770-O- no , 100 Hiding Bridle., Kgg 50 Basket ."... .".... ' ; 50 2772 Ono Pair Gent's Patent Lover Cuff Buttons . 25 , 2773 Ono Paper Novel 2774-- Ono Collar Button 25 ( ' 100 2775 Ono Folding Chair 25 : 2770 Ono Paper Novel .'....., & (( v ( .. 50 2777 Ono Filled Finger King .' 25 2778 Ono Paper Novel , 25 t 2770 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin T.. ....... . . . ," 50 2780 Ono Novo), Countess of Charny, Dumas, cloth 25 2781 Ono Peabody's Webster's Dictionary 50 2782 Fivo Apple Trees, Highland Nursery Cloverport 25 , 2783 Ono Collar Button 25 2784 Ono Novel, paper r, " 2785-- Ono 25 Gent's Scarf Pin 2780-O- no ... 50 Filled Finger Ring 25 2787 Ono Collar Button .''...., .' 1 60 2788 Ono Geneva Grapo Vino . 2789-O- no 60 ....-Novol, Crooked Path, cloth , . 50 2700--Ono Outing Shirt 25 2701 Ono Collar Button 25 2702 Ono Novel, paper '. ,, 2703 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin t5 ' 'l.W 1 50 2701 Ono American Domestic Cyclopedia.. w-t- ac 25 2795 Ono Peabody's Webster's Dictionary , 25 2700 Kapp's Commercial Calculator 2707-- Ono 25 Collar Button 25 2708 Ono Paper Novel 25 2709 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin '. 4 50 2800 Ono Jack Frost Ico Cream Freezer. Wo do not pay postage on premiums. This list will bo continued in our noxt. Moro Good things to We will givve Subscribers. PRRMIUM-LIST- . v Si . sssssoscso Fit, Finish, T& MEN'S SHIRTS '.., 'if. 2771-Ono- Fabric, All Satisfactory. -- !'. i : i Ml v White, Unlaundere'd,' 50c. 75c. $1.00. White,.. Laundered I) (I (I $1.00 and $1.50 ' Colored Madras and Percale, turndown collars attached or detached $1.25,.$2.50. follow. We give careful attention to sleeve lengths. JNO. B. BABBAGE, Publisher, CLOVERPORT, KY. V ' '& THE OLD RELIABLE WcsternFarmers' Almanao ' Blitr-ilit- h This assortment is new and olean and of the latest styles and designs. Ytar of Fnbllcatloa. PUBLISHED BY FOR, BALE BY John P. Morton & Co., I ?Le.- Jno. D. Babbage, - C. JNO. D. BABBAGE, . ' OLOVERPORT, KY BABBAGE, Manager. CLOVERPORT, KY,95& fash-ionnb- lo A trial will coniinco tko most flltcptlcnl Hint " C. C. C. CcrlaiH Cimgli Curo" Is tlio greatest remedy extant for tho curo of LaiGrlnpo, Croup, Coughs, . , Colds, &.o, .. ' Qlj'c'ij j' eITHS -- w VS ',,,t,7;ijT7,TM i " 'i1 ..I. ii. - - MERIT i I WIJVSN M .1' S That is why German Prune Syrup has taken the lead over all other Laxatives. j ' vi ' I . GERMAN PRUNE SYRUP I Is a concentrated Fiuit Compound, and is the most pleasant and effective remedy known, to act gently, yet promptly on the Bowles, Liver and Kidneys, it cleanses the system, ineffectually cures Constipation, Headache and Fevers. After the long, hard winter, a torpid liver is the natural result, and indigestion and constipation follow. The best Spring Medicine is German Prune Syrup, which is pleasant to take, mild in its action, yet prompt in its results. German Prune Syrup can be taken by ladies in delicate health with the utmost safetj. Give German Prune Syrup to the children it is pleasing to their taste, and its mild results have made, it THE MEDICINE for the lLtle folks. German Prunes Syrup h a remedy that has long: been, used in Germany, and all Germans are familiar with the merit of the German Prune. Iji u 4. THE GERMAN PRUNE SYRUP CO., '" i .I HAMBURG, GERMANY. 5(SME'(EoEo3B03BBQB03ft3$'8 CHICAGO, ILLS., R3E&EvffiviEo3BaB3Ep3Bqo3 U. S. A. ov3ES3So5d((o3B(3 BBB8BS)(BQ Take No Substitute. oMRBWRjiw WHRwyHyvvRy rgv(JCrVy0ffi3Bj t&jCS'tv$ V For Sale by all Druggists. CUSTER. at homo again. man's hand. Sho has grown from a duckling into quite a duck, and Breckenridge ought to be proud of her paper. It stands head and head with any paper In the whole country. Every man should take U Its chat suits all little and big. It is like a letter from home. Wo hear it said often that they can scarcely wait from ono Thursday to the next. Several from this neighborhood attended quarterly meeting at.Alexander'q Chapel Sunday. Tho Presiding Elder, Sam. Allen, of the M.E. church South, filled tho pulpit in tho forenoon. Tho Pastor, Rev. Bryant CundifT, followed in tho afternoon. Am told that both sermons were unusually fine and full of good, religion and sanctifying power. A largo crowd was pres-en- t. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1893. - IV Ik1 M KENTUCKY'S BUILDING. A Description i, V Home" of the "Old Kentucky be Erected at the World's Fair. that will K Ii- 3k How HOW it Will be Furnished, and For What it Will bo Used. KJCKTUriCIANS WIM, OAKED toil. HE r fc h Y Tho Kentucky Advocate interviewed Hon. John V. Yerkes, one of tho Commissioners, relative to the uses to which tho building will be put, and learned tho following valuable information: "Under the act of the General Assembly of Kentucky," said Mr. Yerkes, "one hundred thousand dollars was approprl-te- d for tho purpose of providingasuitablo display of Kentucky's progress, history, resources and developmental tho World's Fair, and a Board of Managers was appointed to tako charge of tho same. It was required of tho Board of Managers to erect a suitable building for tho Kentucky headquarters. This building was not intended especially as a place for tho exhibit of thi products of Kentucky, for theso must be placed on exhibit in tho proper building prbvided by tho Exposition Company eo as to allow them to bo competitive exhibits. Thureforo the mineral exhibit from Kentucky will bo displayed in tho Expbsition building set apart for that purpose and the agricultural exhibit in tho great agricultural building. "Tho chief purpose for which tho Kentucky building has been planned, is to provide a comfortable placo where the residents of this Stato can meet for any desired purpose, and where they will bo surrounded by an atmosphere home-lik- e and cordial. In its architecture tho building is modeled after tho largo, roomy, old fashioned farm houses of Kentucky, with largo pillars on tho front portico extending from foundation to roof. Tho building will bo ornamented and decorated simply yet beautifully. On tho ground floor will bo a wide, spacious hall, on one sido of which will bo two parlors with toilet room and lavatory attached for tho uso of ladies, on tho other side similar parlors and toilet room for tho use of gontlomon, ' and from tho rear of a hall you pass into a largo restaurant, which will bo by Mr. Gross, of Lexington, with cooks and waiters taken from Kentucky. In this hall will be a small check room "whoro Kontucklahs can deposit parcels or packages free of charge, and also a Postofllco Department where they can got any moll that they may order directed In care of tho Kontucky building. "On tho upper floor will ho a largo exposition room in which oxhlbito from tho Stato will be oxhlbited also a room to bo furnished by tho Filson cori-duct- Club, which will be descriptive of tho history of tho State and made rich and attractive with valuable works, curios, portraits, paintings, etc. Another room will the be fitted up for tho use of tho State and for the convenience of citizens who may wish to do any writing while on the Exposition grouuds. There will bo comfortable desksstationery, etc., furnished freo of charge. Adjoining this room will be a room fitted up for the uso of tho Commissioners from tho State of Kentucky both National and Stato Commissioners. " The house will bo comfortably furnished with easy chairs, sofas, etc., so that both ladies and gentlemen from Kentucky who may be tired and desiro to find a quiet place for rest can be accommodated hero. We expect to havo in this building portaits of nearly all tho Governors of tho State accompanied by pictures of their homes, and also pictures of other distinguished Kentuckians and other paintings and engravings. There will.be a statue of Daniel 'Boone, ono of Mr. Clay, and busts of other prominent Kentuckians. 'In tho hallway will be an elegant table given by tho ladies of Newport, accompa nied by a register in which every citizeii of Kentucky who visits tho building will bo requested to register his namo and address. In tho building will bo tho necessary servants to wait on tho guests ahd at all times ono of tho Board of Managers and an information clerk to give all desired information and render any assistance to tho people oi this State that may be proper and necessary. "With tho exception of tho restaurant privileges, this building, and all that it has in tho way of comfort and convenience, will bo absolutely freo and open to every citizen of tho State audsuch friends as they may bring with them. It will bo tho effort of tho Board of Managers from Kentucky to mako an old Kentucky homo of this building, and they sincerely hopo that thd people from this Stato who visit tho exposition will mako uso of tho building and feel that It is ono placo where they have a right to como at all times, seek any information they may desiro, and find such rest and reposo as tho building will afford. "The building is qulto near tho Art Gallery and close to ono of tho main entrances to tho Exposition grounds and is accessible from every part of tho Turk." prc-iaof Mrs. Aloxander is Joo Beatty visited Rosetfa Sunday. No causualties to record this week. Dr. Mcador is improving his front fence. 13.' F. Lyon is in Louisvillo selling ' tobacco. Miss Dora Butler Is in tho country for a few days. Mrs. Tom. Butler, Sr., Is very low with heart-disease. Bnoklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salvo in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevor Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Prico 25 cents por or money refunded. For salo by Short & llaynes, box. druggists. J. Sol Miller, Louisville's City Court Clork, taking o flense at an Intimation that Jones, tho man who "beefed" on tho Louisvillo gamblers, had made, connecting Miller with tho gambling houses, knocked Jones down and fired him out of tho Clerk's office. Miller was flnod $20 in tho City Court. Rain in abundance, farmers are not able to do much. The ice did not hurt the fruit in this part of the county. Mrs. Wm. Hall has recovered from her spell of sore throat. Mrs. Hall spent Saturday and Sunday I ' with her parents at Rosetta. Frank Bruner went to llardinsburg in tho interest of his school district. Bern. Rhodes, the now tax collector, is in CuBterseeing after his public' 'duties) Rev. White, of tho Baptist church, wil) preach at tho Methodist church Sundays Clark's thread drummer called on the merchants Tuesday. All bought liber ally. Mrs. Jim. Gray and her daughter, Mcta, spent a few days last week visiting in Garfield. Calves for veal are selling at a good prico. Ono sold hero for 34 00. Morq are wanted. Will Pool, R. A. Robinson's gonial drummer, was displaying samples to tho merchants Wednesday. Isaac Horn and Miss Mattio Nichols were married at the homo of tho bride's father on tho 10th inst. Mrs. AiubroS Hosklns and daughter, from Louisville, passed through Custer Sunday on their way to Burns to visit friends and rr latlves in that vicinity. Dr. Miles, of Garrett, formerly' of Bums, passed through Sunday on his way to Bums to visit his brightest particular. Miss Miles, his sister, accompanied him. Tho Arm and Hammer Brand Soda man has been hero liberally scattering loavening packages, to tho delight of Wo all got a packago of housekeepers. soda. Spring hats are all the go. Everybody wants one, those that havo Indulged think they are the prettiest spring beau-tic- s thoy ever saw. And they are perfect poems of color. Ttioy fulfil their mission delight tho female- mind. Sunday school started ofT nicely. Let no ono bo discouraged, you doing your duty, will encourage others, and after awhilo Custer will havo the brag Sunday school of tho county. GOod order is needful, good singing another Sunday school requisite Theso mixed with enthusiasm and interest will cause any ' school to prosper. Wo like tho looks of tho News with her doublo sheot. Wo havo a paper in our possession that was the beginning of tho News, which is about as big as a i - RAYMOND. Oh! The wind will it never ceaso blowing? Little Alvin Adklsson is very sick at this writing. i Mr. Alex Hendry went to Louisvillo Thursday. . Mrs. Jennio Knott has boon vory sick for tho past two weeks. Mr. Len Cash man has been on tho sick list tills week. Mr. Ellis Stiff contemplates having a sale soon. Mr. Robt. Ralsor got severly kicked by a horse Thursday. Rev. Styles, of Stephcnsport, preached a very interesting sermon here Sunday, night. i Mr. John Keith, of Cloverport, spent Monday night at Mr. Lem Cashman'o. Prof. Morgan gavo a bIiow here Saturday night that was enjoyed . by i. all! "Punch and Juda" 'created a laugh by the old as well as the young. ' Mr. Henry Cash mail was' tho guest of Miss Addie Claycqmb Thursday; Mr. Ottis Stiff visited his sister, Mrs. Wildla Parks, of Clifton Mills," Sunday, Mr. Elishu B. Gardner, bf Union Star", was tho guest of his daughter, Mr, Sandy , Hendry, Sunday. Mrs. Helen Compton, of Hancock county, visited her sister, Mrs. Bill Sho,, t , . Thursday. Mr. J. F. Clayconib went to Rockvalo Monday to erect a monument to tho gravo of Rov. A. W, Whlttinghlll's wife. Mr. Jim Wiles passed through Saturday en routo to Walnut GroYO, Mr. Henry Ilickereon, tho organ agent was in tho neighborhood this wepk,. Nearly tearing tho lifo out of tho pcoplo to buy organs; Tho lecturt at Walnut Grovo proved to bo quito a success, notwithstanding tho triul we had in finding" soiifo placo to i lecture. o t i ' A little ill, then a little pill. , Tho ill Is gone tho pill baa w.on,. poWitt's Llttlo Early Risers tho pills that cure great ills. 8hpit& Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard " . & Beeler, llardinsburg, Ky, . prayer; bo celibate ; wear a barouche-tobonnet, and keep your eyes earthward, uv jos. n. coTTiiEix, i). n. in the st. lows lest you catch tho glance of a man ; step pigeon-toe- d and movo demurely Thus CIIHISTIAN ADVOCATE. keep tho recording nngol and his assistOf ants busy in records of your merit Emerson says: "there is an inflin-it- e course, on reading this, tho fierce partidualism that bisects the universe." san Protestant will assent to it as a porHe might havo said as truly, that there trayal of Papal domination and subjecis but one law. Whenever the mind is tion. Protestant spleen is gratified, in in inquiry after tho true, It finds tho complacency, from conceit that it is good ; and tho good is ever tho beauti- catholics, and not we, who exact such ful ; and there's nought that is good or abject subinissivoncss, in superstitious beautiful that is not true. Tho trinity of fancy of its being servico to tho Lord ; reciprocals marks the unity of tho ono but tho candid and sincere who ' scok law that brotherhoods, not only human- first tho Kingdom," and incidentally and ity, but all in Heaven and Earth. Mark secondarily are in respectful regard of you, I spell Earth with a capital E. This what is tentativo and prudential, know js sacred She multiplies her resurrec- that it is rather in form than in kind and tions; passes back and forth from rot to in degree there is tho difference. Mark rarest refinements In varied phenomena, the distinction more a matter of form for which we havo names that mark dis- than of degrees of tho samo thing If tinctions whoro there are delicato shade-Ing- s I havo a muzzlo on my mouth, as I witof difference. The clod the plow- nessed onco in tho case of a bear, whilst man turns is what goes through change another, by his side, had a ring through of garments to tho bridal hour, when in his noso with chain attached, by which form of powd'ry pollen tho glossy silk, as his master held him, I am more at liber' brido, receives her spouso j thoy twain ty than such as tho chained bear illusono grain I For 'tis thus through all cy- trates; hut freedom is known In neither cles there's continous marriage ; repeat- case. ed generation j repeated birth ; and novi Tho Presbyterian Church lias reached or death. Longfellow was inspired ta a point In tho issuo Dr. Briggs lias occasay: "There is no death ! What seems sioned, which gives her opportunity to so is transition." Didn't tho illustrious confess freedom I to guaranteo t. Sufferer abolish death? "Oh! death, If she hbo to the height of whore is thy sting ? Oli grave, where Is tho claim, and by endorsement of tho dethy victory?" Is it asked, how abolish cision of the New York Presbytery that what is nought? I am sure it is only fii8tlfled tho Doctor, then ! (tho band what is nought that ever was or over can will please favor us 1) "Awako Psalter-r- y bo abolished. and Harp!" Chlmlngs of celestial Tho koystono of tho arcli that upholds bells will lead tho chorus, and all tho tho structure of "orthodoxy" has only sons and daughters of God will shout for to bo stated in definite form to discover joy I As I apprehend tho caso, Doctor to such as are of tho Kingdom, rather Briggs is brought to trial for suggesting than of tho church of tho Beet its bald that God can speak more than ono lanabsurdity. That dogmatic keystone is, guage, and that it is not impossible that that in process of government, Divine or sotno of those to whom in the luttwun human, the substitution of tho innocent putt Ho spoku might havo been tongue-tieto receive infliction of penalty duo tho or lisped, or had other impediment guilty, makes discovery of righteousness, of speech in making their report. jnspiringly. "God so loud tho world Ho Whether in whisper or thuudor-pca- l gavo Ills only begotten Soul" A snag thoy heard what was said unto them, or putrid breath, Augustlnlanism whether thoy simply heard God think, claims that Gpd got so mad with Adam without there having been vibration of for oating an apple, that Ho had to have tho air or auditory nerve, has not come blood to bo appeased ; and that Ho took up, as yet, for decision. That, porhaps, it out upon His Son, etc., etc I That in may bo hereafter. One thing at a time, His wrath He knocked tho wliolo sublu- If you please. nary fabric to pieces, and now has tho angels to help Illtn build It up again t THRUSTON. Expressions of tho inspired men through Farming is mowing slowly hero whom we havo verbal revelation of tho of much wet weather. mystery of the Love, redomptlve, which Eugono Wiso and Joseph Roberts is but as a glinting, analogic gleaming, wont to Louisvillo last Thursday. motaphoric were, by tho theologues, Several young pcoplo from this vicinmedieval, wrenched from normal relation ity wont on the excursion Thursday. toftruth that words can never articulate Rov. Sam Jones will preach at Ovvons-bor- o fully, howover much about it thoy may tho !!0th of April. Let's go and declare. Fiom such ditjecta membra soon hear him, boys. Was fashionod an artificial, mechanical, Rov. Win. Dawson delivered an inter dogmatia structure over which arrogance esting sermon to n larco conKrecatlon and assumption Inscribed "Orthodoxy I" last Sunday at tho Yellow Baptist cuurcii. Under bander of tho Crucifix has there BEitKsmiiK Wimjiit Mr. been, adown tho conturlcs, a massacre of shire and Miss Maud Wright Ben Berk- d were mar-riomind, Accept from authoritative dictum at the residence of the brido's father of, "Tho Church," without gainsay ; yea, on tho 10th inst. Thoy took tho train and without essay of proving or venture tho samo ovoning, and will spend the of disproof or- - qualification in Cincinnati and at points Knuckle, honey-moo- n in conceit of along tho railroad with relatives. down and call iloodlo-bug- s RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. p 1 1 1 1 affran-chlsoincnd, 1 Tho Way To Success in the Drug 11, lSiffl. Trade. IIiluiioiio, O., February The Cincinnati Tiuuunk Rejoicing nt tho opportunity offered us through your columns to benefit tho world at largo and the drug trade in paticular, wo beg leavo to submit tho following suggestions as to ways and means of extending trado during tho current yean 1. The druggist and pharmacist should uso every endeavor to increase his almanac and calendar trado. This highly profltiblo portion of his profession is probably too much neglected. Ho should order early and in largo quantities all tho litoraturo of this character to which ho has access. Nothing is so pleasant as to havo tho w hole community spend six weeks or two montlis every year tramping from ono drug store to another bawling for this annual supply of mental pabulum. Thoy want ono or two samples of each kind made from each store, and are as hard to pleaso as a professional female shopper. 2. Look well after tho children who come in after empty cigar boxes. It will bo well worth whilo to empty a few dozon "two for (lyes," throw tho weeds away, and givo tho boxes to applicants. A stick of licorice root with each box will provo an attraction, and it is n good card to now and then kiss ono of tho larger girls. Whon tho children leavo always Invito them to "como again,, If you fail to do so they will probably limit their calls to six times a day; but n kind word and an exhibition of your appreciation of their patronage will, no doubt, largoly oxtynd your business. 2. Pay overy cspeciol ottentlou to tho pushing of your postago stamp trado It is a mystery past finding out why druggists are expected tho world over to sell stam'js, etc., but it is probably because they have nothing else to do. Judicious advertising will bo found useful, but tho greatest inducement is to offer three two-cestamps for fivo cents, and othor nrticles in proportion. It is a strange tiling in human nature that tho person who wants to buy a stamp is always In a hurry. It does not make a partlclo of difference how busy tho druggist may bo, tho stamp buyer is tho most vociferous in his or her demands to bo waited on. Mr. Apothecary may bo up tp his elbows "pestling n poisoned poison behind his crimson lights," or ho may bo preparing a prescription requiring tho utmost nicety of care, or perhaps mixing up laborously a boss powder of aloes, auuifuutida, antimony, anti-fa- t, antcover and other remedies for ills that cquino flesh is holr to, but all must stop to satisfy some woman who declares that if they "don't hurry up sho will go to soino store whoro thoy will wait on her." And when at lnnt. tho good man, half distracted, leaves his task to do her bidding, sho says casually "Just churgo it," and talks for two hours afterwards to a lady friend who has happened iu. But as your spaco is probably as nearly oxhausted as your readers, .wo defer furtbor suggestions, but will draw on you for $10 March 10. Plcaro honor and obllgo Sevdeut, nt 38WSWMHSBW3roLLVLr .r. ' .jbl)MMk1lAdMMtmmm. awwwwiMwxi- M- ,-- HiftWW"""" ' wfpT "- - 4 THR 20, 1893. BREXGKELNRI1DGR NRWS, GLOYKRPORT, KY. HARDINSBURG. WKKKKnKKUNUBMtKKKKnEKnnBnBin A TEST CASE. FALLS OF ROUGH. As tho weather permits tho Sunday we BHH HHHIIIIIIIIIIH Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, Al'ML Proprietors. Mali and Express going East West ' Ux press EvKiivnour talks I'runo Syrup at Hawcsvillo and overy body takes it. It is a great medicine. f SO I). A VIRGIL G. nAllIlAOll, Bditots and I.., St. I,, VT. Local Tlmo Card. it " " ' Bait 10.01 a.m. -- 10.44 a.m. 6.67 p.m. .4 -- 10.0& Local freight Weit Kajt West p.m. a.m. 11.10 a.m. EIGHT PAGES. EXCURSION AFTER EXCURSION. "To-da- y aspeclal train of ten coaches will take several hundred excursionists from Owensboro to Louisville at a very low rate. The primary object of the excursion la to make money for a church society, which haa chartered the train, and excursionists are urged to take advantage of the trip for the outing, etc., but the date It conveniently timed for spring shopping and the majority of the people who take advantage of It will do ao with that object In view. Thousands of dollars will thus be taken out ol Owcntboro which ought to be spent here. This is but a repetition of what occured last year and the year before. Only the church societies that give them and the Messenger profit by these excursions, so far as Owcntboro is concerned. The Messenger hat made hundredt of dollars by them, but it hat always opposed them and it docs so now more It does so for emphatically than ever before. the good of Owcntboro. It has observed what an injury they have been to the town. The Owcntboro merchants have endured this injustice, for policy's sake, but to their intimate friends they have spoken with no little bitterness on the subject. It is time for them to assert themselves and a few of them have taken the initiative. If they will all unite In declining to receive their freight via the railroad that sells these cheap trains they will be matters of the situation. The local agent of the "Texas1' gave the assurance that after the excursion of y there should be no further trouble of this kind, but jester Jay the flaming posters of a Clover-po- rt church, announcing an excursion from Owcntboro to Louisville May roth, were distributed throughout the city. The "Tcxat" people should be asked to decide quickly whether they prefer the business ot the Owcntboro merchants There arc or the church excursion business. three other routes by which freight is brought to Owcntboro upon equally favorable terms as the "Texas" offers. Our merchants can thus effectively protect themselves, and tome of them have resolved to do It." j. V" V Thursday. Mr. John G. McCoy went to Louis-vill- o Sunday. Mrs. Graham Jolly, of Sample, was in town Sunday. Mr. Amon Kincheloe, of Holt, was in town Sunday. Mrs. Itolin A. Smith went to Hardinshurg Friday. Mrs. It. W. Vaughn and son Helm are in Louisville for a week's visit. Mr. Jimmie Crawford, jr., and Dr. D. Wliito took in tho excursion Thursday. Mrs. Joo Best and son, Master Petor Hincs, of Petrio Station, aro visiting here. Miss Ituth Haynes, of Cloverport, was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Henry Davis Sunday. Mrs. S. P. Stiles, who has been in Nelson county, for sometime, returned homo Saturday. Mr. C. Dcppe's bridgo crew consisting of Messrs. Christ, Davo Marshall, Geo. Driskell and Scott Knott, are in town this week. Mr. Henry Davis and family will move to Cloverport this week, wo regret their leasing as tho community will lose good citizens. Itov It. N. McNemer passed on tho d train Monday and will preach hero tho latter part of tho week in tho Baptist church. Mrs. Allen Hollins and Mrs. Kato Jarrett spent several days last week in Owensboro, Mrs. Jarrett's niece, Miss Moredock accompanied them home. Mr. I. Allstatt and little son, of St. Tjik Nkws is pleased to learn that tho Louis, Mo., Mrs. Hcnthorno and daughcitizens of Hardinshurg have enlisted in ters, Misses Florenco and Buena, of the work of building a college in that Otisco, Ind,, and St.Louis were guests of town. While we have no direct intorest their sister and aunt, Mrs. Wm. Petit in tho matter, yet if tho undertaking is last week. successful it will add moro wealth to our "Lend a Hand to One Another." county and particularly to tho town of Were tho words written by llttlo Hardinshurg, in tho prosperity of which every citizen must feel moro or less con- Corineo Barbo on tho evening beforo tho cerned. Tho development of one part of holy angels camo to tldo her over to that place where Jesus said "Suffer llttlo chilour county must add somo thing to tho dren to como unto me." Notwithstanding prosperity of tho whole if properly her long months of suffering with that A col lego such as wo underdreadful disease, consumption, upon the stand has been proposed to tho citizons evening beforo her death camo sho asked of Hardinshurg, will put now lifo into mamma for slato and pencil and wroto tho place and largely increase her social thcfollowing lines: and intellectual surroundings. Moro, "Lend a hand to one another in a pecuniary senso it is bound to put In the dally toll or life, When we meet a weaker brothir, several thousand dollars into tho town Let us help him In the strife. every year, and thus develop it and There is none so rich but may build it up, as no other public enterprise In his turn cb forced to borrow, would just at Ithis tlmo. Wo recall And the poor man's lot May become our own several towns in this State that nro almost entirely maintained by their I know you min your darling's bright and schools alone. Tho samo could bo said tunny face, of Hardinshurg if tho present enterprise But ibe has gone with the holy Angeli to dwell In a brighter place. is carried out upon tho plans which havo You look upon ber many toyi with a lad olready been suggested. Tho News feels and broken heart ; that intorest in this matter for tho peoYou bave laid ber Jolli away to rest, for plo of Hardinshurg to say that wo would dolli and darling mutt part. not like to seo this enterprise fail and go From her littlo friend and schoolmate, to somo other county near us, and there Lillie Beixk Basiiam. Is hardly a probability of such being the caso, if thoy will subscribo liberally to Excursion on The Branch. tho fund which thoy aro very ablo to do. Tho "Texas" will run an excursion on tho Branch from Fordsvillo to Irvington Foil tho credit of tho town and tho noxt Sunday, on account of tho Baptist o Missionary meeting held thorn on that convenience of its patrons tho ought not to bo stuck in an 8x10 hole in day, Ono faro for tho round trip from tho wall. This (own demands eomo-thln- g all stations. Tickets on sale at all stations. better and ought to havo it. west-bound. y post-omc- The above article from the Owensboro Messenger indicates aspiritof narrowness which wo feel the citizens of that town do not, and will not endorse. To do bo would show a spirit of selfishness that would be unbecoming the temper and good sense of any well regulated business To say that a railroad community. should be boycotted becauso it runs excursion trains over its road, is to say in cilect that no business enterprise should bo sustained in the pursuit of its legitimate occupation. The running of excursion trains is practiced by all railroads. They are run by the Texas as they are elsewhere, so in this there seems to be no reason why Editor Woodson should try to array the merchants of his town against this particular corporation. The running of excursion trains is a matter of business with railroads, and is as legitimate as that of the merchant who handles his wares. Becauso forsooth a few peoplo lcavo Owensboro to spend a dollar elsewhere doesn't justify an attack upon tlio railroad company. This is the case in all communities, especially along railroads. Hut supioso Mr. McCracken should refuse to run excursion trains into Owensboro. Supposo during the week of thoir annual fair or any other public occasion the Texas would refuse to run excursions to Owensboro, or give the public the benefit of a low rate, what would those peoplo think of it? But this was never done. The Texas has carried hundreds of peoplo to that city, who have left hundreds of dollars in the town, but for which would never have reached there. The road has been an advantage- - to OweiiBboro merchants in giving them a cheap freight rate, which they could never have secured by any other lino. Yet notwithstanding all this, editor Woodson seeks to mako war upon the company through the columns of tho Messenger. It doesn't appear to us as the proper thing for any one to do, to array public sentiment against a railroad, first without good and sufficient reasons. The Texas has been an advantage to tho country through which it runs, particularly to Owensboro. Instead of us making war upon theso peoplo who have como among us to help develop the resources of our State and county, better cultivate moro amicable business relations with them. Nkw York city will have n greater 00150 IA8T. show in tho Now York Press Club Fair Tho Fair Passenger Daily arr. Hardinshurg- - 7:50 a.m next month than Chicago. opens May 1st and closes May 31st. Subscribo to tho school fund. Mr. Wat Lcunln is still quite sick. II. B. Pierce is a candidate for Tako your wool to Witt & Meador. to tho city council from tho First A good wagon for sale. Taylor Beard. Ward. Ho makes a good councilman Tho city election comes off next Monwithout oppoand should bo day. sition. MissSallio Skillman has boon quite The Owonsboro Messenger might bo sick. scandalized if tho peoplo along tho railTho hog ordinanco is in full blast. Tho road routes leading to "ita'Vity should go Marshal ran sovcral into tho pen last in to hear Sam Jones, instead of spending week. their money at homo. Vicarious OwonsW. W. Vessels went to Cloverport boro. Monday. Mrs. J. A. Witt was visiting Clovorport Hardin county is having a hard time disposing of that $175,000 they got off Monday. Mrs. Will Slaton is visiting here from tho L. & N. road. They held a meeting at tho courthouse, but after quarreling Louisville. for a half-da- y tho meeting adjourned Tho business for Circuit Court prom'ses Every to bo light. without settling tho question. man in tho county has a different idea Straw hats for big, littlo, old or young as to how it should bo used. Tliero will just received at Beard & Heeler's. bn another meeting next Monday. J. A. Murray was hero Monday filing some suits for Circuit Court. Juixik J. A. Murray of this city has Mrs. N. C. Moscly leaves this week to made application for tho ofllco of Disjoin her husband in Florida. trict Attorney of Kentucky. It seems Hook & Smith solicit a sharo of your hardly necessary for tho News to speak dressmaking and millinery patronage. of Judgo Murray's fitness and of his Mrs. Sutton is preparing to build a new qualifications for this position. Where-ove- r house for hor millinery business. he is known he stands in tho front Mrs. Itoland Smith, Stephensport, camo rank of his profession, and having practiced in most all tho courts in this part last Friday and returned Monday. Tho greatest bargains yet to havo your of tho State for tho last twenty-fiv- e years his ability for this position stands with- pictures enlarged at Beard & Bccler's. out question. Tho Judgo is well endorsMr. Wash Snider died at his homo ed both by tho bar and tho citizens of near Garfield last week at the ago of nine this part of tho State, and as far as that may go to securing tho place ho will Mr. Charley Hcston, who has been lack nothing. Tho News hopes that he employed in tho revenue service, returnmay bo successful. ed homo last week. Just received a new supply of corn and Boware of Ointments for Catarrh tobacco grower. Beard & Beoler that Contain Mercury. Mr. Vic Bowmer came home from As mercury will surely destroy tho senso Clovcrjort last Friday. Ho was laid up of smell and completely derange the a few days with a sprained anklo. Tho town is not altogether clear from whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles typhoid fever. Better clean up tho filth. should never bo U6ed except on prescripKeep in mind tho big picnic for this tions from reputable physicians, as tho town July 4. It will be run by Busby & damago they will do is ten fold to tho Co. good you can possibly derive from them. Witt & Meador want all tho wool you Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. havo, and any other produce you bring J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, O., contains no to market. mercury, and is taken internally, acting Thero were thrco young Baptist minisdirectly upon tho blood and mucous surters here last Sunday from Louisvillo in faces of tho system. In buying Hall's of the foreign missionary Catarrh Cure bo suro you get the genuine tho interest work of that denomination. It is taken internally, and made in It will pay you to see anu price Hook Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. & Smith's millinery goods before purchasTestimonials free. ing elsewhere. SSTSold by Druggists, price 7oc. per It you want the best and most durable bottle. sowing machine you can buy, call on e. aoma west. Pantnger Dally arr. Hardlniburg. 12:42 p.m. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Tho Law Against Drummers Dollv- - School increases. Mrs. Peyton Is expected Monday, oring Goods at lira Time hopo Improved in health by her trip. Thoy Tako Orders Will be Testod in the Breckenridge Courts. QUE NEW. ?, W 't3&u ' Mr. E. Stein, who claims to bo a Cincinnati jewelry drummer, was arrested hero last Thursday for peddling without a license. His manner of working is to go to tho dealers with n largo stock of goods, sell and deliver all at 10 samo time. Ho was tried Saturday and fined $100, just what tho law says tho fino shall bo. An appeal to tho Circuit Court was taken and Stein deposited $125 in tho Breckenridge Bank to cover fino and cost. Tho plaintiff claims that selling and delivering goods to merchants is not peddling, and that tho meaning and intention of tho law is to protect retail merchants against peddlers who go from house to house and retail goods in competition with tho retail merchants. As retail merchants aro bona fide citizens, own property, pay taxes, city license, etc., tho peddlers law is probably a good one, though it is condemned by many citizens. Stein claims that ho favors merchants by delivering tho goods at tho timo of salo by Baving freights, oxpressage, etc., and that tho merchant, by this saving, is able to present his goods loliis customers at a lower price than ho could otherwise do. Dr. Morton, of tho Church Extension, Louisville, will preach for us next month. Tho carpenters havo arrived and will begin building a lodgo for parties in tho Fish and Gamo Club Mrs. Green and daughter, Jennie, havo returned from Louisvillo. Miss Lottie Scott, tho beautiful young nlcco of Gen. Adlal Stovenson, camo witli them. Only two rafts went over tho dam during tho lato rise, Mr. Green having captured tho rest much to the delight of tho wives and mothers, as tho lifo of a raftsman is always attended with moro or less danger. Tills cold, disagreeable weather has caused a great many long faces among tho farmers and housekeepers, ono and all fearing it will retard the growth of grain and vegetables, and wondering if tho fruit is not injured. Tho fishermen too, who havo been camping on the bank of tho creek for tho past ten days, seem a littlo bit bluo, but if they aro gifted with patience "Luck will como to those who wait." As tho sun has been shining brightly all day wo would not wonder if they havo thrown out their hooks, trusting in tho old adage, "Tho better tho day tho better tho deed." Guess tho young man who staid behind and walked homo from Sunday School with ono of our prettiest girls thought that was better than fishing in Rough creek. A" , ... :. ;,' , X!,. ; . 'i'i Spring . . A . Goods -. WILL ARRIVE " t i?n. U '? tfl m !l it fc k STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. M. Blain went to Sample Sunday. Miss Annie Bassett was in Cloverport Buzby & Co. Wo havo something to attract tho la- dies, either in a pretty shoo ornico dress goods. Beard & Bcclcr. Chris Frank, who went out to tho In dian Territory somo time ago, returned last Friday. Ho was not pleased with tho country. Hook & Smith will bo pleased to havo their friends call and see their millinery goods beforo purchasing elsowhero. Thero will bo an excursion on the branch next Sunday to Irvlngton on account of tho Baptist Missionary meeting to be held there. Now, if you just want to look like you camo out of a tailor shop, put on ono of those nobby suits at Beard & Heeler's. Mrs. James II. Gardiner has been appointed a delegate to tho Woman's Annual Missionary Society, which meets in Bowling Green next month. Wo can fit you in size, price and quality of goods, if you want a suit or extra pants. Beard & Beoler. Mrs. Sarah Bell and her son, James, of Lebanon, wero visiting hero this week. Hev. L. B. Davidson will preach at tho M. E. Church South noxt Monday night. Tho 4th of July will bo celebrated by tho grandest parade and picnic that lias ever been given at this place. Look out for largo bills. Buzby & Co. Itov. Sneed will begin a revival at tho M. E. Church tho second Sunday in May. Ho will bo assisted by Itev. George D, Watson. Mr. Wutson is said to bo a very ablo man and a great revivalist. Ben Bates, charged with stealing $55 from Bill Downs, waived an examination and went to jail to await tho action of tho Circuit Conrt. Bates claims that ho won tho money from Downs in a gamo of cards and says ho will bo ablo to provo it at tho trial. Notice I havo just painted, papered and refurnished my saloon. Tho best brands of whiskies always on hand and ut tho lowest figures. A schooner of beer for a nicklo. South sido Court Square. It. 11 Mattinolv, Prop. This will bo a test case and will bo carried through tho courts as Stein claims LODIBURG. that ho IiustlTc backing of wholesale merWo havo had bad weather now for chants. Judgo J. A. Murray is Stein's about two weeks but hope for better attorney, and ho thinks that thero will weather bo crops can bo put out. bo no troublo in convincing tho Court Mr. Willie Arnold, of Concordia, was that selling and delivering to merchants the guest of Miss Deo Basham Sunday. is no violation of tho law. Miss Ilattio Banc and Mrs. BcttioBanc were in town last Saturday. GARNETTSVILLE. Mrs. Sudc Cart was talking of giving an entertainment last Saturday night, but It is with a feeling of embarrassment I gavo it out on account of bad weather. enter as correspondent from an old town Bro. Whittinghill filled his appointas Garnettsville, ono so well known to ment at Walnut Grovo church last Sunold Kentucky, hut as I have not seen day. A largo crowd was in attendance. anything from this point I judgo tho regMiss Carrio Cart gave Miss Ilattio Bane ular reporter front this placo has a reas- a call last Friday morning. onable excuse for not sending in a few Mr. Sylvester Bane was in town last jottings. I take the liberty to report this Thursday purchasing somo fertilizer. He week and hopo ono or both of tho past says ho is going to mako tho corn grow. writers will report this week as I noticed Miss Bettio llano visited her mother some timo ago that there were two re- last Sunday. porting from this place, and if they should Miss Deo Basham was in town last rcort I request this not to be published. week. Mr. Saslt Avitt had a log rolling last It seemed somo timo ago that Spring had unbarred tho gates of Winter, but Saturday, but tho troublo of it was Sash to later it seems as if Winter has again had to get his sister and sister-in-laclosed her gates. February can't March como and cook for him. Mr. Frank Basham, ono ol our 'oldest but April May. L. A. Faurest, our attornoy, and best respected citizons, died Saturday made a visit to ,hia parents a few days eve at five o'clock and was buried Sunday ovening at two o'clock. A largo crowd ago. Como again Louis. was in attendance. Tho relatives havo Our merchant has not yet closed tho tho sympathy of tho entire community. trade with the canning company, but you may yet expect tho tomato to grow all SIROCCO. tho same. Real estate transfers: Dr. J. D. HamBorn, to tho wife of Mr. Leo Morgan, ilton sold 130 acres of land near town to tho 12th, a fine girl. Thomas Chamberlain, also ono town lot Mr. Georgo Wiles left tho 10th for to Dr. Walkor ; II. M. Hutchason sold Ohio, to attend school. Miss Nannio Magucss, of Now Albany, his store and goods to W. Yates, who will be found at tho old stand, Mr. HutchaInd., is visiting Miss Althea Wiles. son retiring from the business. Mrs. J. C. Ncafus has been on tho sick D. Young is repairing and building two list but is improving at this writing. houses. So Garnettsville is still living. I think tho poetry, "'Some Mother's Boy," from Stephensport, was just splenGarnettsvillo and Vino Grove base ball clubs had a match game Saturday. Have did. Our merchant is getting a littlo more not yet heard how tho gamo was. Tho boys say if any ono don't think they can venturesome of late. Wo understand ho play ball to open their faco and romo to went through tho gate. Tho farmers in this vicinity aro longing see them, that any club can get their company. But base ball is liko ten cent for tho rain to stop long enough to plant novels, tho moro you know of it tho less corn. But wo havo no right to grumble, only improve the golden hour. you get from them. But, as I am a parSuccess to tho BitKCKENiiiDaE News. taker of both I will let up. NEXT WEEK r i "f 5 -: ' ,&""; -- n . ' ' - J " lNSEE a THEM ; . . -- 4V.t ,,. 1 v IWY .;. 1'.4& ,Crii nr ',. .. il tw .. VEST'S IF YOU WANT $$" " " I ! E-to- '"" O V The Choicest Groceries The Freshest Groceries The Purest Groceries J Either Staple or " Fancy ! Lob-ano- The Best is Not Too Good for Our ! 4 1 Patrons. At the Lowest Prices' NAiW ..-- ! . .: ii-v 3 Teachers Attention. Hardinshurg Normal is tho place to spend your vacation, and to prepare for tho examination. Out of fifty examined got certificates. last year forty-sove- n This term will bo tho largest hold hero. Address, It. P. Shacklktt, Prin., Hardinshurg, Ky. I will agree with tho correspondent of 11 GLENDEANE, this place that tho plow share has been discarded for n new spring suit, but it is Mrs. Lucretia Robertson is seriously ill a baso ball suit. ut this writing. Leave your Orders with Mrs. F. Z. Hoyser, of Loitchfield, is in mo nciguDornoou on a visit. AXTEL. Mrs. W. J. Dean has returned from a visit of several weeks in Owensboro. Farmers are very busy planting corn. Miss Tie Moorman, Cloverport, is visitJohn McClellan is very sick at pres-scn- t. ing hor brother, Mr. J. A. Moorman4 Miss Amanda Dean went to Louisvillo Mrs. S. Mattingly is very sick at pre- Thursday, on the Busy Beo excursion. Mrs. II. It. Dean has been critically ill sent. "Will Marry. for sovoral weeks, at Iter homo near this Mr. II. M. McCracken, of tho "Texas " Mr. S, T. Bennett has an attack of la place. and Miss Freeman, of Fort Wayno, Ind., grippo. Mrs. Dr. Moorman has been quite ill will bo married April 27tji, for several months at her homo near this at tho homo of thobrido in that city. poBtofllce is doing agood busOur littlo placo. iness. We congratulate you Mr. II M. Mrs. Jos. A. Moorman is quite ill with Father O'Sullivan has gone to seo his a at her homo near BEN HERR. mothor. this placo. Ben II err, Carter's fine italllon, sold at his Mr. Mat Jarboo has started a store at Mrs. Casnor Bates, of Jefferson county, sale, was bought by n. S. Carter, living near has been visiting her mother for tho past tbts city, and villi be permitted to serve a Glendcan. threo weeks. limited number of marcs at $10.00 to insure B. F. llinton went to Louisvillo last Mrs. R. II. Moorman has returned to a living colt. He is a combined bred borte. Tuesday morning. hor homo in Cloverport after a short Contractors Attention. B. F. llinton is making money in his visit to relatives hero. Olds will be received until Friday, May 6tb, Mrs. W. V. Wortham, Loitchfield, has blacksmith shop. the been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0 p. m., for feet raising of Iron llrldge at four inebei, and building thlf city four If Axtel were improved it would bo H. R. Dean, for somo weeks. up the abutments in proprtlon, alio raising pretty placo. quite a Mr. J. A, Dean and son, Willis, havo walla and other necessary work in connection required for the Honda I wish wo could get somo correspondent returned to Owensboro after a few days therewith. of above will be Specifications can work. Bpent hero with relatives. performance from Power's station. Mrs, O. L. Cornwell, Louisvillo, has be seen at my office. All rights reserved. Mr. Huso Pool and Misa Dora Clark been visiting her purcnts, Mr, and Mrs. P. N. D'HUY, City Clerk. Cloverport, Ky., April 2(5, 1893. were married last Monday. W. J. Dean, tor somo months. Messrs. Jarboo and Durham havo Miss Mary Haffoy visited at Mr. A. T. Notice to opened up a largo storo hero and thero Bennett's last Sunday night. All persons owing me taxes will please call being thrco, business is in full blast. O. E. and O. T. Bennett vent to LouisMr. Eugono Robertson has given up on me at once and settle their tax and save for trouble and villo and Jeffersonvillo last Saturday. ids western tour and in Lou (lieu) of that every one oosts. This notice is intendedSteat contomnlatcs raising a largo crop on his phensport that owes mo. I will be Misses Millie and Clara llinton wore overy Saturday. farm, Ieadow Lawn. j. 0. uiuas, D. S. B. 0. s visiting their last weok. a A t. W. H. BOWMER & SON J .CLOVERPORT, KY. OBoacDCceisoaoaCflaioaoBCPCDCBW Co it w AN ARTIST tynhold-pnoumoni- In hit line it the man to go to.. you want a Spring or Summer Suit, you w;n an article that it If RIGHT Not something that will cause you infinite trouble and continual 3 Tax-Payer- grand-parent- TOBINSPORT. Died. Georgo Hydo died at his homo, Toblnsport, Ind., April 15th, 1893, aged o years. Ho was a member of tho Baptist church and was a christian man, n loving husband and a kind father. Ho leaves a wifo and six children thrco girls and three boys to mourn hisdeath. Wo all extend our sympathies to tho ones, for ho was n good neighbor. Itov. It. T. Brunor conducted tho funeral sorvico at tho grave Wo will miss his kind faco in our homes and at our gatherings, hut ho is now resting from his labors and enjoying that heavenly repose which la his just reward, N. E. T. fifty-thre- Misses Kato and Jcsso Morris wero tho guests of Mr. John Jarboo last Sunday. Mrs. James Hcnning was tho guest of Mrs. S. T. Bennett Saturday and Sunday. Itov. Father Honnessy mado a flying trip hero last weok to seo Irvin Speaks. DID YOU KNOW. Axtel is increasing in size every day. There is likely to bo anothor store go up soon. Mr. Floyd llinton and sisters wero tho guests of Misses Allco and Mattio Jarboo last Sunday. Mr. W. I. Speaks was kicked by a mulo last Tuesday morning. Ho is severely hurt and may dlo. W. Mattingly and family aro going to movo to Glondcan soon. Thoy will occupy tho Dr. Baker property. Christ Clino was knocked off tho short Mrs. S. V. Glasscock is visitingatGlon-deari- e lino train out at Victoria last weok and this week, tho guest of hor aunts, severely injured. Mrs. Hcnning and N. Alviu. That Vic Robertson has n mustache, now; nino on 11 sido. That Charloy Dean is still traveling that "Rocky road to Georgia". That Jeff Owen is exceedingly fond of butter. That Charlie Boyd prefers tho Lute to any other musical instrument. That Ell Fisher is paying a great deal of attention to tho growth of pease ; ho is also a good judgo of livo stock. That Ernest Robertson is Carrie(d) away, when ho visits "Tho Heights." That Joo Howard prefers the to tho Lilly in the valley. That Miss Edna Robertson Is Mill very Frank. That Will Moorman is an expert in tho millinery business. That Eugono Robertson has grown to bo very fond of Greens. That Jim Dean's liorso is so well trained it knows exactly whero to stop on Sunday afternoons. That John Dean has at last found out that sheep havo no uppor teeth. , Lillio-on-the-hi- Aijcnts, male and female to sell e Griddle in Mrs.bhaefers'new Kentucky, and get rich, hamnle and terms Address Kentucky Griddle Co,, li.oo, Lexington, Ky. l'an-Cak- ditiatitaction, Ijet ut call your attention Io our Mr. Huiuclie Foreman of Suher't Tailoring Department, who vititt Cloverport every Friday and will be found at our store with a full line of tamplet representing the latest stylet for the Let him make you a season. suit. a specialty of Castrating Ridgling horsos, Ruptured horses, and removing water scod and wator Back, and performing all kinds of CorreVeterinary Operations. spondent solicited. D. R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD, KY. I mako ULZER'S, CLOVERPORT, KY. f manraTgig ): FOR SALE. A first'Clasi barber outfit. Oood tools and plenty of them. Will aell very cheap for cash. Nothing to do bat come In and go to work. Nothing laoklng In the way of barber supplies 10 now Is your chance to get a bargain. Call to see and satisfy yoursely. UUB. M0KKD00K, Apply to .Stephens port, Ky. SULZER'S. Fresh candles, nuts and fruits at tho " City Bakery. VS. hi f'i TH& BRELGKRNntDGm KtEWS, GLOVmiif ORT, KY, MRS. niDGELY CAYCE, 5" Purchasing Agent, G43 FiHh Street, LOUISVILL1B, ICY. Sample! and estimates furnished on apptoutlon Hambleton House HAHDINSBURQ, KY. B. i- - J. MATTINGLY, FIrst-clasa t i4. - rate. - - Proprietor. accomodations anil reasonable Ycur patronage solicited. 1). J. MATTINOLV. - ':- A. J. KIRST, MERCHANT TAILOR, frSalti CANNELTON, IND. made to order In the latest style. n Ul ULILLIlUnilMLIII Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to order. Write for Pricos. Clovorport, Ky. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. JBSyEstlinutes , furnishd on application. Brckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. 28 loaves of bread for ono dollar at tlio City Bakt'ry. Buy a pound box of Bahbago's sixty cent candy. Sam. Elsby, of Louisville, was in tlio city Wednesday. Underwear from 75 cents per suit up to $.1, at Babbago's. Eastern prices on spring millinery Mrs. E. T. Ilayncs. Fishing tackle, base balls, marbles, etc. nt 0. II. ltiedel & Co's. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harris went to Louisville yesterday. Judge J. A. Murray is attending Circuit Court at Brandenburg. You get the best selection of shirts, collars and cuffs at Babbago's. Ladies, Mrs. E. T. Ilayncs can suit you in any kind of n hat or bonnet. Sam Robertson, of Lodiburg, was in "the city last Friday on business. E. 0. Gordon has received the appointment of postmaster at Patesville. Henry Ycagcr and Charles Ricdel visited in Holt's Bottom last Sunday. Miss Frieda Riedel, of Holt, spent last week with her brothers and sister here. I have every prevailing novelty in tho way of now millinery goods Mrs. E. T. "Haynes. C. 0. Martin has opened his confec- '. tionery and lunch house near tho depot again. Young ladies, don't you want a nice Windsor Tie? You will find them at Babbago's. Spuing It is then that tho ladies go shopping. Shop at the right shop, Mrs. T. Haynes'. Fresh canned goods, canned fruits, canned vegetables and canned fish at tho City Bakery. Arthur Haynes and Claude Brashear, two high rollers from Union Star, were in the city Sunday. My hats are perfect poems of beauty. Call and seo them befoio purchasing r. elsowhero. Mrs. E. T. Haynes, tho mil-lino- Miss Maud Gilbert, of Stephensport, passed down on tho train Monday for Owensboro to visit her sister, Mrs. It. II. Bennett. Stop into Mrs. E. T. Haynes' millinery store and let Miss Ida Howell, of Louisville, trim ono of thoso lovely spring hats for you. Mrs. J. II. Wills is in Louisville visiting her sister, Mrs. Moredock. She went up last week on tho Busy Bee excursion. Tho Earnest Workers, of this city, will run their second annual excursion from Henderson to Louisvillo, May 10th, if tho Messenger will let them. Faro from Cloverport for tho round trip will bo $1.50. W; m You need not go to Louisvillo or any other place to got a hat or bonnet trimmed in the latest style. I keep an experienced Louisvillo trimmer in my shop. Mrs. E. T. Haynes, tho milliner. Capt. J, A. Clark, Isaac Simonton, Thos. G. Lynch and J. 0 Tindall, commander of T. N. Wheatloy Post G. A. It. left yesterday to attend tho encampment which meets in Owensboro to day. My Sweetheart's Face That's "toy wife's you know wears a cheerful, expression, ovor since I presented her with ono of thoso lovely Bpring bonnets, bought of Mrs. E. T. Haynes. M. S. Whitford and County Surveyor, Frank Beavin, surveyed tho Cloverport cemetery lost week and permanently the lines of tho lots. A lodge will bo built in tho cemetery at onco and a Bcxton put in chargo, whoso solo duty will bo to tako caro of tho grounds. J. E. Keith & Son have bought a lot of marble direct from tho quarries in and Marietta, Georgia, also sotno granito from tho celebrated Concord They will quarries in Now Hampshire. fiell you monuments cheaper than any firm in the state, and when you find a better workman than Clarenco Keith you get a gold mine. Lindsay Graham, a fourteen-year-ol- d boy, tried to jump on a freight train up atthoPatton Brick Works lost Thursday morning to rido down town. Ho grabbed tho ladder on tho side of a car, but could not get his foot in tho stirrup, and ho was soon being dragged along at a rapid rate To let loose was euro death, so ho manfully held on until tho train men seolug his dangerous position, signaled tho engineer to stop. With tho oxception of a bruised foot ho was not much hurt, Vor-rao'nt 28 bread tlckote for ono dollar at tho City Bakery. leavc your orders for ico cream at tho City Bakery. Mr. nud Mrs. J. A. Barry went to Louisville Inst Sunday. Dr. J. B. Frymiro has been appointed postmaster at Preston. S. L. Brashear, of Parkland, passed down Monday for Owensboro. Eugeno Vest and his mother aro in Louisvillo on a business trip. Gen. A. J. Gross was in the city Monday tho guest of Orfilo Dollavcn. Mrs. John Able, of Henderson, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Edgar Martin. J. C. Burbago has removed from South Louisvillo to Haystack, Powell county, Ky. Bicycles are getting as numerous in Cloverport as dogs and hogs aro getting scarce. That lovely hat you seo on that lady's head was bought of Mrs. II. V. Duncan tho milliner. Mr Win. Hall camo down from his farm, near Webster, last Friday night to visit his family. D. W. Fairleigh and wlfo, of Louisville, passed down to Owensboro Saturday, returning Sunday. The "Eutro Nous" met with MisLizzlo Skiilman Monday night and were handsomely entertained. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho milliner, keeps open shop and is always pleased to wait on her customers. Mrs. J. W. Pate left for Jolly's Station last Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mctjuady. Fresh bananas, apples, oranges, lemons, cocoauute, candies and nuts of all kiuds at Martin's drug store. Tho cry all over town, "Where did you get that shirt?" Tho reply, "At Bab bago's, tho Furnisher." Mat. Shrewsbury, Hardinsburg, paid us a visit Holiday and renewed his subscription to tho News. David Duncan Bpent several days last week in Louisvillo tho guest of his brother, Courtney Duncan. Clias. Ricdel went to Owensboro lost week to advertise the Earnest Worker's excursion for May 10th. Dr. S. S. Watkins, who has been sick for several days, was nblo to bo on tho street again yesterday. My stock is tho corapletest, my styles tho newest, my prices tho lowest. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, the milliner. Morris Eskridgo and V. G. Babbage, of Hardinsburg, were in tho city last Thursday taking dejKjsitions. Mrs. Dr. Watkins, ol Owensboro, camo up Saturday to seo her son, Dr. S. S. Watkins and returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gross will move to their beautiful country residence at Holt from Louisvillo next Friday. Persons giving picnics can mako money by placing their orders for bread, cakes, etc., with C. II. Riedel & Co. Joo Mattingly, tho clever hotel-keepat Concordia ,was in the city a couple of days last week, tho guest of J. A. Barry. Andy Claycomb camo down from Stephensport last Saturday to visit his sister, Mrs. Russell Williams. He returned homo Sunday Fil DoIIaven was elected pound-keepe- r last Friday night by tho City Council. Sunday is tho last day of grace, and after that time tho hogs must go. Many Cloverport peoplo will visit Owensboro during tho Sam Jones entertainments, while rates aro cheap on tho Texas, if tho Messenger will let them. If you want wall paper cheaper than it was ever known to sell at beforo go to T. F. Sawyer's. Ho will also hang tho paper as cheap as any other paper hanger. Charley Furrow says that he has the finest pup in tho state. Ho is a German mastiff, four months old and weighs 42 pounds. His registered namo is Goorgo Greer. Ladies, call on mo beforo purchasing your new hat or bonnet. I am positive that I can make it greatly to your advantage to do so. Mrs. II. V. Duucan, tho milliner. Reports come from different parts of tlto county that tho pipin apple crop will bo almost a failure, that particular specie having failed to put forth any bloom. Wo havo just received a nice lino of fino candies from tho Blanko Bros., Candy Co., of St. Louis. It is considered tho best made retails for sixty centa a pound. Babbage. Mayor 0. E. Lightfoot received the bad news last week that ho had lost out of Little Blue river by 1,500 cross-tic- s tho high water sweeping them away. Tlio loss is about $400. Tho Busy Beo excursion last Thursday was another howling success in tho excursion line, despite tho rainy day and tho kicking of tho Owensboro Messong-e- r. coaches was tho Nine size of tho crowd. Tho ClQvorport Colored Cornet Band has changed names, and is now known as tho A. J. Gross Band. Tho causo of tho chango is that Gen. Gross first set tho band on its feet by furnishing tho boys $100, with which to buy instruments. It is the best negro band in tho State. Mr. Charles E. Friel, of Cloverport, and Miss Ellon Reardon, of this city, were married last Tuesday morning at St. Patrick's Church by the Rev. J. W. Book. They left tho same day for Clovorport, tho homo of tho groom, whoro they will reside in tho future. Cunnelton Enquirer. Mr. Charles Bryant, of Brandenburg, was down hero last weak looking out n situation for a business house. Ho expressed himself as being well pleased with the town and her industries, and ho may become ono of our citizens in the near future. Mr, Bryant is a fino man and would bo a welcomo addition to our population, Mr. Wm. Arthur Lusk, of West and Miss Jenuio Keith will bo married at 0 o'clock this morning at' tlio residenco of the bride's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keith. They will leave on tho 10 o'clock train for Huntington, W. V. well-loade- d Balls! Balls I Balls in endless variety 1 at Babbago's. If you aro thinking about paiuU, think of Short & Haynes. Walker Board, of Holt, was in the cily yesterday on business. Ijiwii Bows in endless varitirs at for evening dress. Try ono of Babbage's 50 cent outing shirts. The Ix'bt made. ltoso geraniums, and pot flowers for sale at Mnrtln's drug store. Dr. Wm. Graham, of Scullletown, Is visiting relatives in this city. Miss LnFayctto Lalloist is in Louisville, tho guest of Miss Ilia Richardson. Fou Sale Young Holstcln cow, fresh with her second calf. G. W. Younger. Tho best known outing shirt is tho "Gem" and it can bo found at Babbago's. FouSale. Two fresh milch cows, cheap. Apply to W. D. Holt, Holt, Ky. Just oponed my now goods. Call to seo mo. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho milliner. As usual I havo tho nicest stock of millinery in Cloverport. Mrs. 11. V. Duncan. Another big lot of tho most foshlon-ublo"va- ll paper just received at T. F. Sawyer's. You aro invited to D'Huy's to seo the nice lino of pictures and books, which ho gives away. It was reported on tho streets last evening that R. B. Pierco bad bought the Cloverport Hotel. For watches, clocks, rings, pins and buttons; in fact anything in tho jewelry liuo go to Short & Ilayncs'. Mrs. Marlon Hambleton returned Saturday from a visit to her nephew, Mr. J. D. Hambleton, at Heudorson. Wanted. 200,000 feet of poplar lum ber at once. Tho highest market price will be paid. Third Street Planing Mill. Miss Lula Sawyer has just returned from Louisvillo and is prepared to continue dressmaking. Prices reasonable A bran now stock of all kinds of jowel-r- y just recefved at Short and Haynes'. Prices ? Tlio most rcasonablo in town. Prescriptions promptly and carefully filled at Short & Haynes'. Our stock of drugs is moro complete than evor beforo. Cicero T. Sutton, one of tho hustling editors of tho Owensboro Messenger, is in tho city to attend tho Lusk Keith wedding. Perhaps thero is no timo equal to tho present for calling your attention to Short it Haynes' extensive lino of paints and oils. The anglers are all complaining about the continued rains. It does look liko tlio creeks will never get in a fit condition for fishing. Tho Breckenridgo Company, limited, has just completed a shipmont of 11 vo thousand tons of cannel coal to London, England. Miss ltoso Riedel and Miss Addio Ham-ma- n went to Cannelton yesterday in tho interest of tho Earnest Worker's excursion, May 10th. A petition is in circulation here recommending J. D.Powers for tho Collector's placo In tho Second District. It is being largely signed. Aro you going to paint this spring? If so, call on Short & Ilayncs. They havo the largest and best assortment of paints and oils over brought to this city. Joseph Murray and Wm. Burr, of Rock-por- t, Ind., were in tlio city yesterday. Murray lived hero when a boy, and he met many old friends and acquaintances on this trip. Sam Keith, accompanied by his family camo up from Owensboro last Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Keith, and to bo present at tho Lusk Keith nuptials this morning. says Mrs. John The Courier-JournBurks, of Henderson, delightfully entertained a company of friends Tuesday evening, complimentary to her sister, Miss Maggio Bowmor, of Cloverport. All, persons wishing mo to send their laundry off must bring it in Monday bo that I can got it back by Saturday. Pleaso write your namo on your packEiinkst Bahuacie. age. V Judgo Milton Board anil wifo, of Hardinsburg, were in tho city Saturday. Tho Judgo camo down to prosecute M. Stein'for peddling without license, and ho thinks that ho holds a cfuch on the Bab-bago'- B L U E Middlesex Sack Suits in large variety. By changing the buttons on coat and vest, answers for uniform. A largo line of single Pants of same goods, for policemen, firedrivers and others men, street-ca- r Largest stock of Mackintoshes in the city. Our stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing never was so complete or so cheap. V .4J mmb,m1 SLMSfca " A BHr;i:.!l'JJ ffr HI U I SA m rra "viV-- 1 dL in yWJMl.U'JflM rwiT iiHrtn h Julius Winter COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., - & Co., LOUISVILLE, KY. III ,z. "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, - Si J5WiflWT! n 59-n - rs nTstiBZ Wool! Bring us your wool, wo will pay you tho highest nifiikot prico and sell you goods at a spot cash value. CLOVERPORT, KY JACOB &. DEALERS MEYER, Gents' Furnishing in Goods, Four-in-Han- d- BIG BPRING, KENTUCKY. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Wall Paper, Harness, Furniture, Quecnswaro, Tinware, Groceries, Paints and Medicine 6 Ties, 9 9 ! Windsor Ties, Scarfs, Bows, Etc. CALL AKD SEE US W. II. Bowmor returned Monday from a pleasant visit of three weeks to his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Sherman, Galveston, Texas. Mrs.'Bowmer, who accompanied him, returned as far as Henderson, whero sho will remain a few days visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Burks. Mr. Bowmor is not as enthusiastic over Texas, as some who havo visited there. Ho says it is a great state, but it has its disadvantages and draw backs just liko other states. In a letter fromour friend, W.G. Short, of Uniontown, wo take tho privilege of quoting tho following lines: "Union-tow- n is tlio business town of Union county. Uniontown has just completed a ten Catholic Church, a and a distillery largo brick storc-hous- o that will tako over two million brick, ami It is fivo hundred car loads of lumber." to Uniontown that Cloveruort is sending so many brick instead of Morganfield, as wo had it last week. AN OUTING. A Party An Endless Variety of Gents' Shirts Fancy Colored Shirts, Pleated Bosoms, Outing Shirts. Why We Do It ! of Cloverport ladies Enjoy (1) Themselves Hunting; Qrcons. down-tow- n We aro giving away Fino Pastel and Engravings in a nice ramo, also largo Books, such as Life of James G. Blaine, Clovcland & Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also a nice Spico Cahinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo numher of Now Customers to trade with us, at least enough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability and our way of doing business. Wo believe in entorpriseand advertising, and in using all honor-abl- o means to increaso trade. Pleaso bear in mind that wo mako no advanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Silverwaro, Musical Goods, and last, but not least, a nico stock of ex-ami- Latest Styles in Gents' Collars. Cuffs, Suspenders, Hosiery, Boston Garters, Scarf Holders. "' Mr mmmt Will open our line . of Straw Goods this week. Can show you an elegant assortment. Staple and Fancy Groceries, to and havo tho above oxplaincd ladies started out hunting "greens" ono you. caso. Respectfully, Many changes have lately been mado of thoso balmy days a week ago. When A party of eight or ten We are here to sell, B. P. BEAUD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Vir-gini- a, in Cloverport, but my frlonds can find me at the saino old stand with tho most lovely line of ladies, hats ovor brought to this city. Mrs. II. V. Duncan. Mrs. J. M. Hinsdalo and her daughter, Miss Genevieve, of Donver, Colorado, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. A. It. Fisher and Mrs. Mary Raitt. This is Mrs. Hinsdale's old homo and it is her second visit in tuiriy-flv- o years. Jerry Hurley, a stono cutter, was arrested Monday charged witli drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Ho was fined $5 and cost in tho City Court, and in liou of payment was sont to tlio rock pile. Yesterday ho broke jail and is now a fugitive from justice. Tho City Council appointed tho following officers to act in tho city election noxt Monday, May 1st: First Ward. E. M. Barties, G. M. Younger, judges; J. II. Wills, clerk ; Jas. Hambleton, sheriff. Second Ward. Alex Farbor, Jas. Moorman, judges ; Jess Miller, clerk ; Orfilo DoIIaven, sheriff. W. 0. Henry, of Clovcland, O., fell through a cattlb gap whllo going down to tho shops a few days ago and hurt himself severely. Ho was able to start homo yesterday. Ho is ono of tho men who has been arrested for peddling in Cloverport without a licenso and ho talks of suing tho city for damages. Ho was ar rested just before Christinas for selling knives. Preparations aro being made for tho transfer of the Clovorport Tlio defunct laundry oflico is being fixed up foe its reception. Tills Is tho room tho oflico occupied when Miss Ilenloy was in possession beforo. It is tho gen erally expressed opinion of tho citizens that these quarters aro not now efliciont. As tho government pays tho expenses now to the amount of $125.00 per annum should it Is thought that the post-oflbo in moro commodious and convenient rooms, post-offic- o. down below tho shops a cinder train was pulling out, and one of tho ladies being tho engineer's wife, they were asked to rido down tho road n hundred yards or so whero "greens" were moro plentiful. Thoy accopted tho invitation and filled the cab, hung onto tho steps and clung to tho sides of tho locomotive. After all wero securo the train started. What was their dismay when thoy discovered that instead of stopping just bolow tlio shops tho train was increasing its speed On they go; pleadings and protests do no good. On thoy go ; calico wrappers aro flapping in tho breeze. Cloverport is lost from view; thoy aro miles down tho road, and still tho flying train does not slack its speed. Tho beautiful Sterrett bottom is reached, and tho train goes on with increased speed. On through tho bottom, and tho flowery calico flags aro still unfurled to tho increasing winds. At last Skiilman station is reached and tho train stops and begins to unload cinders. Tlio ladies can either walk back (six miles) or wait till tho train returns. Thoy choose the latter, and reach homo just beforo night thoroughly disgusted with that "nasty engineor" and outertaining tho opinion that thoy wero about tho biggest "greens" that had been out yet this spring. 1 P. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY. We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & CO. OLOVEUPORT, KY. LUMBER Young Men devoted to of every resident of the South and ought to bo In We are the .sole agents in this place ior Young Women the Cimiotti or John Ruby Shoe. We have just made an extensive purchase of this shoe for Men, Ladies' and Misses' wear. uy ron The Southern States. We guarantee satisfaction in all cases of Ii a beautifully Illustrated monthly magatlne the South. It ii fall Intcreit for these goods purchased of us. onTiipiNO sunacnniKHi SHOES every Southern houtehold. Everybody Can Afford at It coiti only $1.50 per year or 15 centa for a ilnglo copy. We Want an Agent In Every Southern City and Town. Write for sample copies It and particulars to tho Manufacturers' Record Publishing BALTIMORE, MD. JLILLlIUsu 1J1 CtOsb vJUULl Our Spring Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods, in all styles and patterns are now arriving, and we invite you to call and see us and get prices. Co. .WHITE BOO. What is White Dog? Call at Palaco Saloon and ask P. Beavin. White Dog is ono of tho finest things on tho market Whito Dog is sold only by B. Beavin at tho Palaco Sal ran. For fino drinks go to the Palaco Saloon. ook's Cutton Root A recent discovery by an (ld physician. Successfully used montly by thousands of I.a. dies. Is the only perfectly safe and reliable medicine discovered. Ileware of unprincipled drusirists who oiler Interior medicines In place or this. Ask for Coo 'a Cotton Uoot Cpmpound. take no sub. stltute, or Inclose fi and 6 cents In postage In letter, and we will send, scaled, by return mall, full sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladles only, a stamps. m jBy COMPOUND. WITT jiS & MEADOR, , SULZER'S. Address No. 1'nnd Lilly Company. 3 Fisher Mock, Jctroit, Mich, HARDINSBURG, KY -- MV, Ja&- ' - I' i- - - .Atfakfl'.Vi,;.,. : -- im mij hhHHWt mMi yUMUkMUUlLWiJA MJAW, llflfYflOUflHD 'U' Tho breaking up of tho winter is tho signal for tho breaking up of tho system. Nat uro is opening up tho pores and thro off refuse. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla is of unquestionable assistance in this operation. Short & Hayncs, Cloverport, and Beard & Beoler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. AValtcrS. Cardwell, a young society man of Lebanon, who had long been going tho pace that kills, suicided by taking an ovordoso of morphine. Ho wastwen-ty-thre- o years old, but had lived fast enough tolmvo had fifty years of experw-i- ULUY-RftPUU'l- S kV. COSMOPOLITANISM OF JERSEY CATTLE. riUZE ESSAY, 1IY BRANDENBURG, Miss Mattlo Hamilton spent last week with Miss VIrgiq Rhodes. JOHN DU.NCAN. Y01IRJ5T ltJVESTH ience Tho promptness and certainty of its cures havo mado Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping coughs, and is tho most effectual 25 remedy known for theso diseases. and 5.0 cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. Mr. John Holm Marriott and Miss Lido Payno eloped from Elizabethtown and were married nt Jeffersonville, Ind. Tho co u pi o aro not only society leaders in Hardin county, but they occupy a prominent position in tho social circles of the State. Tho bride was Maid of Honor from Elizabethtown at the last Satellite's ball in Louisvillo. The groom is a grandv. Helm. son of the lato Bad complexion indlcatesan unhealthy state of tho system. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers aro pill that will correct this condition. Thoy act on tho liver, they act on the stomach, they act on tho bowels. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, HardliiBburg, d girl Lizzie Lehman, a started to church on Sunday morning, in Louisville, but did not return again 'till Tuesday, when sho was broughthotneby a policeman, who had found her wandering along tho strct in an aimless manner. Sho says that sho fell in wftli a man who took her buggy riding with him in tho countrv. On returning to tho city sho was afraid to go home, and spent tho night with a Mrs. Bess at Jefferson and Baxter Ave. Tho grioved parents sent the girl to St. Xavier Institute, where sho will remain 'till sho is of age, and tier father will institute a suit against tho Bess woman on the grounds that tho girl was maltreated while nt her house. For years tho editor of tho Burlington Junction (Mo.,) Post has been subject to cramp colic or fits of indigestion, which prostrated him for several hours and unfitted him for business for two or three days. For tho past year ho has been using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diaroha'a Remedy whenever occasion required, and it bos invariably given him prompt relief. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. ex-G- o fifteen-year-ol- AT i f Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, Al'KIL 20, 1893. STATE NEWS. Items of Interest From all Ovorthe Entire Land of tho Colonels. Put Up in Capsules for the Easy Swallowing of Our Readers. Hopklnsvillo is to build n now city jail. Judge S. E. DcIIaven has announced himself a candidate for Governor. The Federal olIicers will all move Into May tho new Louisvillo Custom-hous- e 1st. Tho authorities at Scottsvillo are making war upon tho gamblers and blind tigers. Congressman Goodnight lias returned homo from Florida much improved in health. The Presbyterians of Henderson will build a new house of worship. The building will cost $50,000. J. 15. Winston, a prominent citizen of Kufe&cllville, died at his home unexpectedly of acute kidney trouble. Thero is a police row at Newport. From some causo they have two Chiefs of Police, and neither of tho gentlemen will resign. Sam Carter, Louisville'8 notorious colored lawyer, is again in trouble. He is arrested this time for obtaining money under false pretenses. Mr. It. A. Owen, of Shelby county, was gored by a mad Jersey bull. His arm was broken in two places and his side and breast badly gashed. The City Council of Howling Green voted to grant no raoio saloon license after May 1. Sam Jones is said to have caused the spasm of morality. Cassius French, a tanbark peeler, was killed near itichmoml by a falling tree. Ho was mashed into tho earth, and the tree had to bo cut off his body. A man named Davidson had a fight in Louisville, chewed off his opponent's thumb, was arrested, taken to jail and cbcaped all in less time than two hours. Mrs. Susan Lovill, of Spencer county, committed suicide by drowning herself in a barrel of water. Slio was about sixty-five years old, and leaves grown children. A little child of Henry Hose, a prominent farmer living near Harrodsburg, was attacked by a ferocious shepherd dog and almost killed. The mangling was dono on the face. United States Commissioner George Stoll died at his home in Lexington, aged 75 years. He was a btanch Republican and had held the oflico of Commissioner for a number of years. United Davo Lovejoy, an States Marshal, was standing undcra cliff near Catlettaburg when a largo stone let loose from the cliff, falling upon tho Marshal and fatally crushing him. Frank Hocksborn, n school census taker of Covington, found Mrs. John Voss alone at homo and attempted to outrage her. Tho woman procured a revolver and shot him through the head. Geo. Beach and Chas. Maxoy, two boys, were arrested at Worth-ingto- n for attempting to wreck "Texas" trains by piling obstructions on tho track. They were taken to tho Oweusboro jail. It is a truth in medicine that the small est dose that performs a euro is tho best, DoWitt's Littlo Early llisers aro tho smallest pills, will perforin tho cure, and nro tho best. Short & Hayncs, Clover-por- t, and Heard & Beoler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Goo. A. Hale, whilo under tho infill-enf- ti of liquor at Glasgow, fell out with GIVING ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN. Mr. CarncBlo .Shown tho Hunger of Wcullli. !Ir. llowltt Tolls Them to Save Money. In the closing exercises of tho male school of tho General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, New York, tho features of tho evening were addresses by Abrani Andrew Carnegio and S. Hewitt. Mr. Carnegio told tho young men thoy were tho salt of tho earth, but tho greatest disqualification a young man could hnvo was a rich fattier or mother. Monoy was a curso totheyoung; it handicapped a young man just Btarting out in life more than anything else. Continuing, ho said : "Thero is no happiness in wealth. The man who dies rich without having dono anything for humanity dies disgraced. Nothing on eartli can so surely destroy happiness as wealth unworthily used or unworthily hoarded." Hewitt warned tho young men not to smoke cigarettes and to savo their monoy and invest it in building and loan associations at tho highest rate of interest and not to sjicnd any more than was necessary. He strongly eondomned certain trades unions which compelled their members to striko and boycott. Ho said there were tyrannical political organizations also, but ho would mention no names, lest tho atmosphere should bo contaminated. Rheumatism Is a symptom of discaso of tho kldnoys. It will certainly bo relieved by Parks' Sure Cure. That headache, backacho and tired feeling come from tho samo causo. Ask for Parks Sure Cure for tho liver and kidnoys. HAWESVILLE. Tho Hancock Deposit Bank has been mado City Treasurer. Henry Haynes has moved into tho house recently purchased from A. Freeman. Aunt Kitty Lee, a colored lady of this city, is very ill with neuralgia of tho bowels. Orb Mason, son of Mason, has been elected city marshal by tho council. Dr. C. B. Sims registered as a practicing physician last week. Ho' is keeper of tho poorhouso. Emma Goldsmith, tho young girl who has been at tho Carlton Houso for tho past two weoks and about whom so much has been published, has secured a homo with Prof. Joel Ilaynos just below tho city. Tho depot nt this place was entered last night about 7 o'clock. Tho agent had not returned from supper. An entrance was effected through tho window by breaking tho window glass and unfastening tho Basil. Tho amount stolon was $5.15. From all the innumerable species and distinct forms of lifo in this world only a very small number have directly attached themselves to man, being ablo to stay with him in all climes. Those thus distinguished arc, for this country at least, familiar to all, and so need not bo named; and In this select class animals of tho cow kind aro entitled to a leading place. In a general way, it may bo given as n fact that wherever civilized man is, there flourishes tho cow; nnd it is further truo that tho hotter tho civilization tho better the cow. Animals of the cow kind havo not only tho Invaluable trait of cosmopolitanism of adapting themselves to many wldo and different circumstances by which they are enabled to go with man into almost all parts of the earth, but they havo tho additional important characteristic of susceptibility for being modified, so as to bo fitted for nnd then confirmed in special ubcs. Thus wo have n number of well "marked and well known sorts of beef cattle ; then there are tho milk breeds, somo famous for tlio quantity of milk thoy give, some for tho richness of tho milk and tho superb quality of tho cream and butter produced therefrom. Tho Jersey possesses in the highest perfection tho qualities last mentioned, her chief mission being to produce in tho most economic way tho richest and best cream from which everywhere can be mado tho choicest butter. Theso articles when in tho form in which tho Jersey affords them, are of tho highest civilization ; and wherever this has been reached, there, but not otherwiso, Jersey cattle find a congenial home. If men have to choose between the ovils of bad beef or bad butter, thoy will certainly want in good form that which is on every table and a part of every meal, that without which bread to overy child alike is hardtack. When in theso days of quick railroad and telegraphic communication, ono thus fairly views the relation which the Jersey sustains to daily living, wonder at tho wide and rapid spread of tho breed ceases, what is going on being evidently but the natural effect of tho recognition of the truth that hero is tho best of all- around family cows, suited as she is to universal service, and flourishing through tho cold of tho Canadian winter equally well with what sho does on tho sunny shores of the Gulf of Mexico ; it being tho fact that Canada and tho States of the South have each in turn held first honors for amount of butter produced by a Jersey in n year, the well known evidence to this effect being Mnry Anno of St. Lambert, tho famous Canadian cow, nnd Signal's Lily Flagg, the present Southern phenominal Jersey. While the Jersey is a machine that in tho course of many generations has been slowly constructed for a specific purpose, she is also, being a living organism very much more than nny mere machine. To overlook tho nature and character of tho priuciplo of life entering into her outfit is to fail to appreciate tho main causo going to make her what sho is, this in turn entailing inability from ignorance to to make tho most of her in her cosmopolitan capabilities. Tho Jersey of y represents very largo effort, extending back through more than n century of timo; and in tho constructive work that thus has gone on an eyo to vital force must havo kept up with watchfulness for her good points as regards yield and quality of yield, together with all other essentials. It is really tho high vitality of tho Jersey that enables her not only to take tho raw material of food and, far abovo any necessities of her own, causo it to the form best calculated to administer to human wants, but also to causo tho food to so sustain the gonernl animal organism as to enable it, under tho guidance of tho accompanlng skill of man, to go and prosper wherever men can go and do tho like. If wo will allow our mind to run back from tho present Jersey standard to thu timo when, as wo set it in imagination, the first systematic step was taken in tho direction of what wo Jnow have, it will of necessity bo seen that tho results reached could not havo been reached, oven in tho liberal period thus allowed, short of much discarding and, in tho main, a rigid adhcranco to tho law calling for the survival of tho fittest, and tho fittest only. Tho Island of Jersey may not have produced many, or any, names famous in history, but she is entitled to tho credit of having mado n breed of cattlo of world-wid- o importance, and ablo to do its particular character of work better than any other breed whatever, and that is as good as if sho had been tho first to show how to moke two blades of grass grow where but ono grow before. as-su- his sweetheart, Laura Reynolds, and drawing his pistol fired three shots at tho girl. Ono ball took effect in hers!de,but ho is not seriously hurt. "There is a salvo for overy wound." Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores as a local application in the nostrils, it cures catarrh and always cures piles. Short & Hayncs, Cloverport; nnd Beard & Heeler, Ilardinsburg. A coloied preacher named Hampton, knocked down, shot in tho faco and stamped Joseph Durham, a respectable whlto farmer near Campbollsvlllc. Durham will probably dlo from tho effect of Ills injuries. Tho most intelligent peoplo of our community recognize in DoWitt'H Littlo Early Risers pills of unequaled merit for dyspepsia, lieadahco and constipation. Very small, perfect in action. Short Hayncs, Cloverport and Beard & Beoler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Charles Ingersoll Maury, tho young man who lead such a fast and profligato iifo in Louisvillo for tho last two monthp, was found drowned in tho Ohio river at Aurora, Ind. Ilomorso and imaginary troubles had caused him to milcido, Ho was very wealthy and moved in tho very best society. Any Person That is troubled with constipation can get immediato and permanent relief by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. Ono dose a day at bed timo. 25 and 50c. packages at Short & Haynes' drug store. SAMPLE. Rev. Snced filled his regular nppoint-monthcr- o Saturday and Saturday night. Very littlo corn planted as yet in this community on account of tho recent wot weather. Mr. Arthur Mattlngly is on tho sick list. Wo predict there will bo a largo tobacco crop raised in this neighborhood this year. Rev. C. D, Royal will preach in tho school-hous- e hero next Saturday night and Sunday. Littlo Charley Smith, son of Henry Smith, foil off a log a few days ago and broko his leg. Mr. A. J. Bennett is building a plank fence around his entire farm. II. 0. Gibson lost his white ox yesterday. Rumor says ho died for want of A High Liver Usually has a bad II vcr. Ho is blllious, constipated, has indigestion and dyspop-siIf thbro is no organic troublo a few doses of Parks' Suro Cure will tono him up. Parks' Suro Cure is tho only livor breath. and kidney euro wo soli on a positlvo Shirts in all tints at Babbago's. guarantee Prico $1.00. a. Tho "Willing Workers" met last Friday at Mrs. Taylor Hayncs.' Elvico Wimp was up from Owcnsboro last Sunday to sco his parents. Mrs. Woodson's lltllo babo has improved some but is still quite sick. Hon. Chapczo Wnthen will bo hero for tho week to attend Circuit Court. Mrs. J. W. Richnrdson left last Monday for louisvillo nnd Jefferson county. Mrs. Etta Mnlin and Mrs. Clay Rowlings were in Vino Grove last week. Mrs. J. 1). Cooper is expected from Louisvillo this week to visit relatives. Bro. Lambutb is convalescent. A more genial, sunny clime would benefit him. The Ladies' Aid had a pleasant meeting nt Mr. Win. Bowling's last Monday. Mrs. Haygood, of Irvlngton, was tho guest of Mrs. Taylor Hayncs last week. Mrs. Will Fairleigli, from Corydon, Ind., is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Fairleigli. Mr. Worland is on the sick list, but I bclievo ho is on the upward grade at the present writing. Mrs. Dugger spent last week here with her husband and returned to Cloverport last Saturday. Tho young folks aro about to form a club to meet Object amusement nnd a general good timo. Little Lena Morrison, of Cloverport, camo up last Tuesday and remained 'till Saturday witli Fannio and Ruth Phillips. Peto Fontaine will soon bid farewell to his old home and seek his fortune in tho "LonoStnr State." All tho prosperity possiblo attend him. "Competition is the lifo of trade" may bo somewhat of a chestnut but nevertheless and notwithstanding 'tis truo and this littlo town is verifying it just now. Tom Pusey, of Chicago, writes his friends here not to visit tho World's Fair 'till July or August. Ho says tho whole thing will then bo ready nnd nil tho exhibits in. Circuit Court is in session with a slim docket. Tho voters for tho old constitution grumblo about tho thrco courts a year and predict that Kentucky will yet wish she had not heard of a "now." Will I never have the pleasure of writing up a wedding for this column. Emerson (I beliovo) says of marriage, "Tlioso who are in tho institution wish to get out, those who nro out wish to get in." No ono here seems anxious to get in or I'm suro I would havo an opportunity to write of great matrimonial prizes. Mr. Al Smith, of John P. Morton & Co., was hero last week. Ho wields tho bow with the same dexterity and brings fortli heavenly strains from oven n commonplace violin. Ho is ambitious to send his gifted littlo son, George, to Europo to continue his studies, nnd would liko a concert hero in his behalf. I hopo the music-lovin- g circle will work it up in tho near future. Spring poets talk and write nbout soft, balmy, baby breezes, sky of turquois blue, fleecy clouds, transplendent beauty of nature, &c, &c, nnd so on. Tho long desired moment bos arrived for u realization of theso dreams, but after extreme patience our long wating has had no adequate reward. Only n few, very few, gracious, pleasant days nnd wo nro back to fires with closed doors nnd windows, trying to exercise smiling fortitude. Our friend Mrs. Dewesse, (nee Fannie Powell), has again met with n loss by fire. Last September a year tho bam burned and on tho sixth of this month the barn and six head of horses were burned. Mrs. Dewesse is in Kansas, where at this season tlioso terrible sand winds rage. The barn, a largo ono, was consumed in nbout five minutes. Mrs. Dewesso has mnny friends hero who sympathize with her. Tho correspondent to tho Messenger from Big Spring proposes the Hon. Gus. W. Richardson for State Senator. Thinks wo missed it when we failed to send him to tho Legislature again. I'll shako hands right along with him on the Scnnte question. If I can't voto I can talk you know and "chin music" often goes a long ways. "Gus" is n worker nnd proved it nt tho State Capital for each term ho served. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. II. Novltt gnvo the young people a most delightful cotillion party last Tuesday night. It had been quite n time sluco our social circlo had indulged in such n pleasure and thoy were out en mnsso. Tho young ladles (it Beemcd to mo) never looked more beautiful in ovening dress or tho young gents handsomer. And tho music I It was simply divine, from an Italian harp and mandolin in tho hands of traveling minstrels from Louisville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Novltt mndu admirable host and hostess. Everybody was jolly nnd everything as merry ns tho marriago boll in Byron' "Cliildo Harold." Yes I I think such tragedies as tho Union county affair should go to tho press and be heralded to tho public. For n lesson, perhaps, to many. Again, wo aro shown tho perfidy of man ond tho trustfulness of ono more unfortunate mortal. Tho passions of lovo and hato have swayed tho world in all ages. Tho annals of tradition teem with tales of lovo and hato. Tho lovo of man for woman in its truest, purest senso is a cardinal virtuo, for it clovatcs tho mind, tho noblo part of his nature and leaves its imprint in song and story. What this world needs is a clearer conception of perfect lovo, pure and undented. But, nlasl how easily deceived, how falso, often, nro protestations, how human, touched by temptations and trials and yet there is a lovo abovo tho mere things of earth nnd yet can govern our lives practically. It exists now, (as docs truo manhood and pure womanhood), just as surely ns when Paul and Virginia loved or Horo and Lysandor, who were sopor-ate- d by tlfo'llellesporit. There aro still Heros who lVpUldjbray.p tho waves for a truo, good, woman whom ho loved. And donUforgcl it uhen man iifahc ami woman " ' rail, semi-monthlsuper-aboundi- Our esteemed piospoctlvo postmistress, Mrs. 8. C. Mnlln, will go into oflico nbout May 1st. As Mrs. Malln will so soon hold a responsible and prominent public oflico a brief sketch ot her lifo will bo interesting as woll ns appropriate Mrs. Mai in was Miss Etta Robinson, daughter of Jcsso M. nnd Eliza J. Robinson. Sho was born near Big Spring in 1844, where sho passed her childhood nnd girlhood, nnd where she was universally beloved by all who know her. In October, 1803, sho was united in marriage to Mr. San-for- d Mnlln. Seven children blessed this union, six of whom aro living. In 1878 Mr. Mnlln was olectod School Commissioner nnd served two terms. In 1871) Mr. and Mrs. Mnlln camo to Brandenburg. Mrs. Mnlin has a thorough, practical education nnd was at ono timo a pupil here in Prof. Cully's school. Sho has cultivated her mind by good books, the best religious literature and kept n breast of tho times by a perusal of the dally papers. Mrs. Malln is a woman of sound judgment, discriminating in her ideas, just, witli strict business principles; nn indefatigable worker In her church, (M. E.) an enthusiastic missionary, In short, sho is a consecrated Christian. As soon as it was certainly known that Cleveland was elected the voico of tho pcoplo was unanimous for Mrs. Malin, whoso deceased husband was so truo to Democracy, as our noxt postmaster. There baa been no other applicant nnd she goes in by acclamation. Wo all bid her God speed nnd God bless her with four successlul years if not longer. Rev. Sam. Jones Will soon bo tho greatest attraction in Owcnsboro, but tho biggest thing here now isour Mammoth Houso with its immenBO stock of Foreign and Domestic Goodc. Thousands of people aro coming to attend the Berles of meetings to bo conducted by this celebrated preacher, nnd wo would bo glad to havo them combine business with pleasure and visit our houso whilo in town. Wo carry tho largest stock in Western Kentucky, and our prices are less than you will find elsewhere in tho Mate. Dress Goods. An immense stock of- oveiy conceivable ehddo and weave insllk nnd wool nnd an endless variety of wash fabrics. - Millinery. Wo stand without a rival in tho State in this department nnd tho stock is larger and prices lower tliau over before. Carpets We havo more money invested in Carpets than nil tho unites in Owensboro combined, and handling such immense quantiles plnces us in a position to namo lower pi Ices than nny of our competitors. 1 Clothing- Wo claim to Hell Clothing cheaper than any houso in tho Green River Country, and know wo can convince you of this fact if you will givo us a call. "Put Monoy in Thy Purso." How? Savo doctor's bills. Always keep on hand n bottlo of that finest of remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure to allay tho first irritation caused by a cold. Don't think you can fix up something justns good when for2oc.or 50c. you can hnvo tho result of years of practice and experience expended in making this preparation absolutely tho best. For sale by Short & Haynes. BR0WN-REIST- Shoes Tills Is tho most completo stock In our establishment, and handling only tho best goods from the most noted manufacturers, gives us a confldenco in recommending them as being correct in styles nnd of tho very best wearing qualities. You can snvo money by trading with us. Try It-- ER. Marriage of Popular Young People in Louisvillo, Tuesday, April 18th. The Bride is Well Known in Brecken- PHILLIPS BROS,, AND McATEE, 203 to 205 E. Main St. -- OWENSBORO, KY uk-I- E- ridge County. Tho Louisvillo Commercial describes tho happy occurrence as follows : "Thomas R. Brown, of tho wholesalo lumber firm of T. R. Brown & Co., and Miss Lidn Alberta Reister, tho popular daughter of J. O. Reister, of Twenty-firs- t and Wnlnut, wero married at the Wesley M. E. Church, at Twenty-thirand Jefferson streets, at 8 o'clock last evening, the Rey. J. A. Dover officiating. A largo crowd was present. Immediately after tho ceremony tho couple wero tendered a reception and supper by tho Osceola at Twenty first Club at its and Wnlnut, of which tho groom is a member. Dancing was indulged in until 1 a. in., when tho handsoino collation was served. Tho bride looked very pretty, in silk and diamonds. A largo crowd was present nt tho reception and the members pf tho Osceola Club did themselves proud. Thoy expect to own more commodious quarters in short time. d Mrs. Brown in tho future will resido nt Crescent Hill. d club-hous-lead-colore- d Mr-nn- HEADQUARTERS In this part of the Oounty for TTIE rf Dry Goods, Notions, Glottiingr, WE KEEP CONSTANTLY Oliver, South Bend & Meikle Flows & Repairs. ON hoes, HAND Globe Fertilizers and Raw Bone Meal. PILL ORDERS ANY DAY. TRY US. M. MEYER & CO., Bums, Ky. It was The Country Paper. Francis, of Missouri, who paid the following tribute to newspapers: ''Each year tho local paper gives from SoOO to $5,000 in freo lines to tho community in which ho is located. No other agency can or will do this. Tho his means, does editor, in proportion-tmore for his town than any other ten men. Ho ought to bo supported, not beMcDANIELS. cause you liko him or admire his writing Dr. Hart was In Leitchfleld last week. but because n local paper is tho best in; Hard times, high prices and may Mr. Horace Hunter was in Leitchfleld vestment a community can make it witli not bo brilliantly edited or crowded big profits, can't exist in this town, last week. thoughts, but financially itis more bene- because wo havo tho Goods and Rov. E. N. Metcalfe was in Glendeano fit to tho community than tho teacher or preacher. Understand me, I do not mean make the Prices that savo tho last week. morally or intellectually, but financially: Peoplo's monoy. from Mr. Chas. Jarboo has returned and yet on the moral question you will louisvillo. find that most of the local papers aro on y Mrs. Wilson is at Antioch visiting her tho right side of tho question. tho editors of tho home papers do the sister, Mrs. Lntnptoii. most for the least monoy of any mon on Rov. B. A. Cundiff preached in Leitchearth." Bloomington World. " Prices to be Slashed. fleld Tuesday night. Mrs. Herald andMrs. Geo. Cannon arc with Mr. George Moore. It is Baid that Dr. Hart can drop corn Fifty Droit Patterns no two alike, prices faster than any ono In the county. $8.76. '! - M U $1.50 toPatterns In Press Ginghams. Mr. Tom Critchlon is now driving Mr. New r." 11-- TBBBaWak Chas. Jarboo's wagon and assisting in the Nan Mv Don't fall to see the lovely Percals. Iloosler Cotton one yard wide 5c store. Check Cotton, good quality 60. conrKiMTir Mrs. Sam Heningerand Miss Deo Hun- WTjfftS0 ter visited their sister, Mrs. Joo Parsons Commercial College this week. Cheapest & Best Business Cofege in the World. Tho Nkws came in timo to celobrato Awarded Hfchett Honor t World'JJ EiponlHon, for Ladies' Low Tip shoes , 4Po et Hriumof urine Kdiic NtudenU littlo Vclmn Metcalfe's birthday. She is lion. iu.uuoA urmotcoin flertl fiuuu HuftlntM Red " lllntft. 81 nuallr. 1 Ttftcheri molarcd. Uaat Ho Full " High Dress shoos 08 ltd, bat$UO. Course lMlu4inTulil, HutiOnerr.po1 ono year old. od Telffi-opriipecUHlri. PhorMIand, Men's Dress shoos 98 Vacation. Kuur now. (Irtdnkiti Misses Effio nnd Lizza Jnrboo wero in Nobomlrul n4 befctlhful. Vcr cirUri meet Mfcl. Tblf ltj " Patent Leather shoes addrru, If $1.69 WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. Brogans town this week and wero tho guests of 09 Miss Cundiff. PEABODY'S Mr. Gcorgo Moore, of Evoleigli, was considerably injured tho 15th while rafting logs. Ho is still in a dangerous conOuting Shirts 24 dition. His physicians speak of amputa" " , iV ,..- BOUND IN CLOLH, GILT TITLE, 75 ' ting tho injured limb 1893 EDITION. " " $1.00 Wo heard a young lady say a short " " 1.60 e Ilased on the und principles 49 White unlaundrled Shirts time back that sho was going to import of Webster and oth- Scarfs, 6c, 7c, 10c a few beaux for her own use. Wo wish er authorities, containing over 30,000 Socks, lJ4o. she would bo ns kind as tho Florists and words nnd definiput in a fow "Xtras" for us. tions. Including an alphabetical Jlst or Mr. Mat. Jarboo, of this placo, has phrases, words and quotations from Anformed a partnership with his nophow, cient and Modern For Young Men Men For Mlddlo-Age- d languages, with Mr. Durham, and embarked In tho dry their signification, For Old Men For Everybody. goods business at Glendeano. Whilo reabbreviations also used In writing and gretting to givo Mr. Jnrboo up wo certainAll styles and shades ut lowest prices. printing, and the weights and measA splendid showing of reliable, trusty, ly wish him success. ures In common use. servlcable Ooods that are Rich Men's qualities Tho third I. M. for this circuit met at The Uest Handy Pocket School Dictionary for at Poor Men's prices. Use. Alexander's Chapel tho third Sandny, Kvcry-Da- y A superb assortment which includes everydesirable Owing to tho rainy weather very fow of Price, post paid - - 25c. thing new and wo deal for the present season Remember fair and save your tho Stowards put in their appearance Sent Tree with one year's subscription to the Dollars. Tho ministers present were Revs. Allen, Hrcckcnrldge News. Order quick, Cundiff, Pumphrey, Carmin nnd Met"WE WANT YOUR WOOL." Theq Have o GO "i To-da- $30,000 IN GOODS DRESS GOODS. .1 .&& Qo' ' r M t',. Mv' lWoTC: SHOESd c Type-Writi- Webster's Dictionary, nT!iilwU4t lab-on- I'! n CLOTHING. M calfe. JNO. D. BABBAGE. MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Positively removes B01IE SPAVIN, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOUR?, wiiQom rain. Messrs. John Miller and Jim Cnrwilo A "came together" in tho corn flold ono ovening this week. Rocks flow promiscuously for a whilo but fortunntoly no ono was seriously hurt. Both gentlemen wont to Mr. Sam Parsons and gavo themselves up but wo havo not heard tho result. Wo nro inclined to look upon death as torrlblo In any form and especially when it visits us as it camo to Mr. Irvin Spooks near horo. Ho was kicked in tho faco by a mulo and Internally injured, nnd suffered severely until released by death. Ho was a member of tho Catholic church and leaves a wifo and several children to mourn his loss. Thoy havo our sympathy. . YEll & CO. (J?W8 BRANDENBURG, KY. S500 For Failure or' Slightest Injury. Reward Notico to Croditor3 Brockonrldne Circuit Court. George W. Matthews,') Plaintiff This Is the Greatest Wonder of the Hth Century, astonish' Ing, a It does, tho entire Veterinary world. SPAVIHCURE ed rree. Dr. Guy Oheclni, No. 878 Canal St., New York. Sworn Proofs Mill Circulars and vs. Emma Burnett. J Defendant, All persons having claims against the estate of Lawson II, Matthews, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before me at my office In Ilardinsburg, Ky., properly proven on or before the 1st day of May next Given under mv band as Commissioner of said oourt, this 3d day of Aprtll,'1893. V. Q. DADBAQK, 0. II. C, 0. t . jj iiniiisi sums mi mi iim n mw nu iiiimi'i"""1""11" " rr tef', ,THR BRRGKENRIDGR Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APKIL '.'0, 1803. NEXWS, GOOD ROADS GIiOYKRPORT, KY. l4- - v,rf. WOMAN'S WOULD. POINTED LESSON FOR EACH MEMBER OF THE HOME CIRCLE llinngea In Wnnlitiigtoti Society Skirt Dancing In I'rlvato Ufa Women May I'ush Clinlra Dliuinr nntl Dinner Something New In Kiitcrtnliilng. ticttl flfl "uuTuo buTuTe taking lessons. "There tiro a number of small worn en's clubs and coteries of intimuto whoso existence is not suspoctcd ouUid tho Initiated, at whoso gatherings th skirt dance is dono with varying profi clency by different members. Two tlu.t meet in lovely rooms on tho top floor of Murray hill homes count somoof my pupils among their members, and thoy aro delightful dancers. Tho devotion to skirt dancing has grown much this season over last, and tho cuprico shows no sign of nbatojnont." Now York Times. Women May Push Clinlr. NEAT AND ATTRACTIVE. THE MOVEMENT. Ktl-liict- to , Tho story given to tho world by Miss" Porco of Atlanta, as explanatory of Lor motives In ki.llng her two sistors, Is un Bstrnordtnary composition to spread tho public. Tho explanation that iho was gradually worked up to tho point of desperation necessary to tho romtnisRion of her awful crlmo by a series of potty aggravations in tho homo sirclo Is entlroly reasonable It does iipi icom to bq tho production of an insano person, and yot hor grievances must havo clearly unbalanced hor mind. It would appear, assuming tho woman's story to bo truo, that during all hor llfo sho was tho unloved but useful tneuibor of tho family; that mother, brothers and sisters systematically practiced all tho arts that malicious natures :ould doviso to hurt and humiliato her. Tho fact that sho was plain In appear-inc- o was a heartless jest among them ind inflicted upon her a keener pain than thoy perhaps imagined. Sho seems to havo boon tho willing slavo of tho household, performing menial offices iuch as her sisters disdained, and this, too, was used as an ovidenco that sho was a poor spirited drudgo whom it was entirely safo to treat with contempt. Tho story is ouo of littlo things tho hardest kind to bear. It carries of truthfulness on its face. It may pot bo truo, although thoro is nothing Improbablo about it. And yet tho peoplo who wero so crnol to hor wero respected and esteemed in tho community whero they lived. Thoy wero activo in church matters and jxjp-alin their own circlo in socioty. Thoy kept their meannesses for home uso, and to tho world thoy wero unexceptionable. This Is tho worst form of hypocritical jowardico, and yet it is common. If a Dian is disposed to bo cruel and unjust. Do inflicts his ovil disposition on tho holpless members of his own family. Ho does not daro display his truo nature to tho world, whero it would meet with tho punishmout It .deserves. There is a lesson hero for thoso who reel thut they can afford to be rudo und angracions in tho homo circlo, but must bo suavoand poll to and engaging abroad. Homo is tho place whoro tho hotter side jf ono's character should havo fullest play. If it bo dcsirablo to show tho Jther sldo, let it bo out in tho world aevcr in tho family. Now York Adverbo-foovi-flenar tiser. Chnngcn In Washington Socioty. Within a month changes much liko tho gamo of stagecoach havo taken placo in Washington. Tho dcsirablo furnished houses that havo always had official ten- ints havo changed occupants all around, ind an entirely now sotof faces aro seen it the Whito IIouso and the departments. Difforont uames nro uppermost in conversation, and different peoplo feel how pleasant it is to livo for ono's country in its high places. Socioty's curriages stand before other Joorways, und othor vestibules hold ivhlrling snowstorms of tho tissuo paper flakes dropped from tho countless visiting cards. Tho uppointmont of Justico Greshain is secretary of etato doe's not promise particularly gay winters to tho diplomatic corps and their immediato sot thero-bWhilo n inemborof President Arthur's cabinet, tho Grcsham familycared littlo for the pleasures and treadmill of wciety. Mrs. Gresham's dclicato health was a bar to her undertaking anything beyond tho upccssary routinoof aftor-aooat homo, and tho young peoplo of iho family wero by no means dazzled Mth Washington's gayetieo. As tho cabinet circlo is expected to bo led by und !uko Its tone Iroui tho family of tho secretary of stato, there is as much surmiso is to tho social leadership in tho iinino-llat-o administration circlo. tho successor )f Mrs. Whitney, as if tho occupant of thut first oflico hud not been named. Tho wisest forecasters boliovo that tho seopter of social power during tho aoxt four years will bo wiolded by Mrs. Brico. During this winter their house sub boon tho first establishment socially imong thoso of their political faith. Fholr hospitality has not by any means been so crudo as to bo limited to thoso )f tho sumo political crcod, and their juries of dinners has gathered till that was best and most cmineut in tho broad loclal lifo of tho capital. Unless tho now :ablnet contains some social light and genius heretofore unmentioncd,tho family of tho Ohio neimf r will plainly lead. Their ambition to do so is evident, and their campaigns of theso two seasons ihow social genius of tho first order and oiethods that cannot full to socuro their y. tho kitchen. In tho first story a small porch shelters tho front entrance, from which you enter the staircase hall through a small vestibule. At tho left of tho hall Ix a good sized parlor, Dinners and Dinner Ktlqnutto. with a dining room and at tho rear A certain k'en obscrvor of social fads of tho house. Tho hall, kitchen and dining parlor and whims In. been lamenting tho win- room arc separated by largo doorways, ter fashion of not sending regrets to an which aro to be hung with pretty portieres, invitation until tho day of tho ovout r thus omitting tho doors which would otherday before. Sho relates an actual in- wise be necessary. The curtains and poles cident which occurred not longngo.whcn cost much lew than doors and givo a richer a hostess sent out 25 dinner invitations, effect. The entrance from tho staircase hall placed and receiving no replies ordered plates to tho kitchen1 is rw you under tho main fclght enter, ntid to bo served for that 'number with the stairs, out of kitchen by two doors, Is shut off from tho which necessary preparations. Not until that prevent tho odors of tho kitchen from pervery day did sho receive replies, and, as meating tho front part of tho house, an adour critic observed, "You can imagine vantage which no ono can fail to appreciate. what a shock and damper hilarity would receivo at n dinner tablo arranged for 20 or more with only four or flvo present.'' Another common breach of etiquetto which ono entertaining much doplores is tho easy familiarity with which many try to squeeze in a friend or relative. It I is an actual fact that ono who had set tho utmost limit to tho number sho could accommodate at an aftonioon affair was I completely nonplused to find that many I DINING of tho replies proposed bringing a friend, K1TCHEMB I with tho apology, "I know you won'i mind." This would not matter at a large reception; but at many other social affairs oven ono extra is a serious disadvantage. London Standard. A goofaVcnturo for tho "strong armed daughtors of tho plow," or tho more more enduring young girl In many cities, is suggested by tho "rolling chair" ontorprlso at Chicago, for which 300 boys are already booked. The company expects to havo on tho grounds by tho 1st day o' May 2,500 chairs and l'.COfl uniformed r tendants. Tho presidents of many western colleges nro arranging matters so that their students may bo ablo to leavo before tho closo of tho academic year und remain throughout the entire bIx months. Tho collego student who is willing to do this has that In him which will enable him to take advantage of this opportunity for study and observation. There is no reason why nblobodiod young women should not have thoir chances to push along tho light rattan rolling chair, which has been selocted as tho Buitablo pattern for quiok aud easy convoynnco. There are 00 acres in one building ulono, which gives an Idea of tho enormous spaces to bo traversed. Tho chulr attendants will see all of the exhibition of course, but tho places near Chicago will undoubtedly furnish most of tho service, as fow young men or women can afford to pay thoir car faro and board bills early enough to secure a place. Trained nurses, however, so frequently push thoir invnlid chargos in rolling chairs along the city streets or tho seashore sands that this Chicago business ought to bo open to young women as it is to men. Chicugo Letter. nth-lotlcol-leg- o 02,000 Dwelling Tlmt Would Make n Comfortable Home. .Copyright, 18S0, by American Press Awocla- tlon.l In designing a dwelling of moderate cost comfort and convenience should bo tho first important consideration. Too often large turns of money aro wasted in useless ornamentation or in some special "odd feature" which is supposed to add so much to the appearance of the building that an actual sacrifice, of comfort must bo mnde In order to keep the cost within tho prescribed limit. Tho good housewife will in timo forgive tho architect who plans well, oven though ho may exceed tho limit of expenditure, but Inconveniently arranged rooms and owkwardly located fixtures nre a constant reminder of his Incompetency or cnrelex.t-ness- . It is true that peoplo possess dlfTer-en- t ideas in regard to planning a dwelling, and what might seem an Idoal arrangement to one person would appear to bo very to another. Inexperienced persons usually expect too A For tho Improvement of Itlgtmuyi. Tho Lewis county (Wash.) road organization commlttco makes thoso suggestions in regard to road construction and improvement: First Tho cost nhould bo borne In proportion to the IteneQtA. Second Construction should bo from tho towns out, and without Intermission. Third Tho roadbed should bo of inch n. nature as to permit of heavy freighting and rnplil travel tho year round. It should luwo as direct n course at possible and avoid steep gradca. Fourth Work should be dono only by contract, excepting minor repairs. Fifth Primary supervision and construction should bo with county ofTlchUs. Tho first proposition ia eminently Just and its publication is woll timed, for thoro nro somo farmers In Illinois and in all other states who seem to think that a state plan of road improvement involvoe stato taxation that must bo born by com- Riie.o'tlona as to Method Basin Spring Stock Farm ! Phillip's Black Horeo f Uluo Jeans, CO 3 pen. Taylor. Kato Walker. Isalllo f Iioscoo , W (. QyyJ&P'k- JH188 CTOCKClt. Kob Roy, 02 Denmark, F. S. PussrulOO..i.i ' o cc . Haggard Mare. ............ rf ' Blackwood f Phillip's Blackwood. Robccca ' Brown Dick Second dam feet added hero and there intho dimensions of tho rooms should mako much difference in tho cost of the structure. Yet it is the actual area of ground covered by the building upon which the cost is estimated. much and cannot understand whys fuw Third dam j Logtrcasurcr. munities that reap littlo or no benefit from tho monoy spent on Improvement of Notk : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 1G hands roads in sections distant from their own. But thero ia no danger of any such in- high; weight, about 1,125 pounds; splendid mano and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horse. justice being dono. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you see tho stylo and general appearanco Tho object of stato legislation should of this horse, and couple it with his brceding,you-wil- l at once be impressed with the fact that ho must makea bo to onablo such communities as desire great brecdor. Runs back to such great sires as Itoscoo, Bluo Jeans, 3, Rob Roy, G2, Denmark, F. S. to obtain better roods to raiso capital for Will make tho Season of 1893 at my stable at $10 to insure a livo colt. constructing thorn, eithor by direct tax:. ation of tho lands benefited by such cona-w-ikstruction, or by tho iseuo of stato bonds, or by tho issuo of county bonds, such Black Hawk is an extra Mulo Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insure a livo colt. bonds, whether county or stato, being Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handlo horses at my placo on reasonable terms. Hens upon tho lands benefited by tho exI am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. penditure of tho monoy dorived from the salo of such bonds nnd upon no other black PROSPECTIVE VIEW. Here is n modest yet pleasing design for a dwelling suitable for a family in modciate circumstances. Tho principal rooms nro grouped about one central chimney so that each is provided with a flue. A cellar extends under the entire house nnd has a concrete floor, outside cullur steps and hatchway and tho usual plank stairs leading to "" f -- j . Something New In Entertaining. Tho cost of a very acceptablo dinner in Now York, if sorved from tho establishment of tho most fashlonablo caterer, i from $10 to $' 'i a cover. This sum includes winonnd pretty tablo decorations. For more elaborate dlnnors aud where tho caterer furnishes tho music, flowers, favors and house decorations of all kinds, tho cost is sometimes increased to $75 n cover. Now and then some ono living in quiot but contracted eleganco wishes to entertain on a larger scalo than her surroundings will permit. In that case, if sho objects to using ono of tho rooms for dinners and dances that are part of the establishment of tho caterer, an additional flat or houso is occasionally secured for a day or an evening. It wns only a fow days ago that a caterer received $2,000 for an arrangement of this kind. A vacant houso taken for a day was completely furnished with rich rugs, good pictures, handsome paintings and choice furniture. Tho dressing rooms were complete, oven curling tongs and Binall lamps at which to heat them, rougo and powdering being supplied. Now York Post. Dlploinntlo Mrs. Morton. 1 fftJUl pRRLOR I iWrtJ m b nnsT stout. The kitchen is provided with a good sized closet for stoves and culinary utensils, with a pantry placed In a convenient location and communicating with tho dining room in the usual way. The pantry doors are hinged so as to bo self closing, thus shutting off all bmells from the kitchen. Some persons may object to this arrangement of rooms becauso thero is tio direct communication between tho lift.ll and dining room und that thero aro no back stairs. These objections could easily ho overcome in the planning of the house, but would involve considerable extra expense, for an additional chimney would bo required and extra spaco for the stairway and passage to the dining room. Since it is a question of cost, we find that this arrangement hero shown Is ouo of tho best for tho nmount of money to be expended In the second story wo have two large chambers, ono small bedroom, bathroom and hall and four closets, which aro indispensable to comfort and convenience. Theso rooms all havo direct communication with tho hall, which is another good feature of the plan. Tho bathroom is placed directly over tho kitchen, so that tho supply and waste pipes havo the shortest and most direct run to tho fixtures. ind. Mrs. Brico 1h already hero and has hor homo established. Tho now cabinet families can do nothing before noxt winter, ind timo only strengthens u good lead-jr'- s hold. Cor. Harper's Bazar. Shirt Dancing In Prlvuto Llfo. Fashlonublo women aro not all of them contented with society dancing. L'ho interest in skirt, serpontino and 3panish dancing has been u caprlco of tho lust two Reasons, which is still in strong ividonco. "1 havo on my books," said ono of tho most prominent teachers of skirt dunc-aig, A pretty story is told of Mrs, Morton' tact and courtesy, quito equal to tho tradition of Lady Washington's crushing r teacup on purposo to relievo the embarrassment of tho guest who had inadvertently .brokon one of hor eggshell cups in Ids largo and careless hand. Mrs. Morton has u set of exquisitely painted doilier from tho atelier of a noted Paris artist. Ono of her political dinner guosts, after dipping his flngors in the bowl, drew out tho priceless filmy square and crushed it into a ball, trying to dry his hands as he talked learnedly with his hostess. Mrs. Morton smiled with a serenity for which, it is hoped, tho recording angel will give her credit and said, "Such flimsy doillec nro usoless let mo givo you another but you know it's tho fashion." And the grateful politician accepted tho napkin and nover know his mistake Now York Sun. amized or gravoled highways, and though in every caso of improvement thero was a protesting minority yet tho wisdom of tho majority that voted for tho issuo of bonds has boon vindicated by time, nnd many who wore tho most bitter opponents havo becomo tho stanchest advocates of "road taxation." But it Is to be kept in mind that whoro tho majority of of inhabitants of a road district do not want good roads no tax will bo lovied for tho construction of good roads. Local option in tho rulo as to stato or county aid. Tho second proposition, that construction should bo "from tho towns out," may bo good. Tho object is to givo the farmer easy access at all times of the year to tho railway by which grain, cat-tl- o or other furm prodnco is shipped to tho village or town where ho roceivos his mull and buys his household stuff and sellH his minor products, butter, egss. poultry or tho liko. Good roads havo been built beginning "from tho towns out," and by working from some point in tho country toward tho towns or villages, and by beginning under separate contracts from opposito ends of tho projected road and working toward tho central point Tho third proposition needs no argument In Its support. A road that Is not constructed "of such material as will bear heavy freighting all tho year round" is not an improved road. Mud roads will bear heavy freighting during part of tho year. "All tho year round" is tho essential part of tho condition of a good road. When tho mud roads aro good, tho fanner is plowing or reaping or having his grain thrashed and has little leisure for hauling. Tho roods should bo good in winter, when grain often is higher than just after harvest; whon cord wood brings a high prico at tho country stores; when tho farmer has leisure to haul logs to tho mill or lumber from it; when ho ought to bo ablo to haul his implements to tho blacksmith shop or to tho foundry nnd havo thom put in shapo for tho busy seasons of spring and summer. As to the fourth proposition, much can bo njid for nnd against it. Somo vory excellent roads have been built upon tho system of "working out tho tax" 1. a, tho special tux for gravel or macadamized roads but in such cases tho work of each team or man was required to bo equal to that rendered when cash wages nro paid. Lotting tho work by contract, howover, is tho plan most prevalent whoro good roads havo como to 1 tho rulo. Tho fifth proposition ia sound. Local supervision is the best. Tho county always has a good enginoor and survoyor In its limits. Moreover, tlio princlplo of local self government is ono that cannot bo too strenuously maintained. Each locality should dotermlno for iteclf whether it desires good roads or 13 content with bnd ones. All that tho state should do is to cnablo tho localities that desire good roads to raise tho monoy needful for thoir construction. Chicago Inter Ocean. Good Itoutls Make Wealth. In till tho states the question of road Innds. By mcanB of county bonds thousands of miles of mud roads in Ohio and Indiana havo boon converted into macad- Toxsni" IRVINGTON, KY. Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mile race record In pace 1:10. Is dark chestnut sorrol, star in face. Foaled 1885, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso lie was Bired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:2G; ho by Old Tempest, 2:18, also sire of Black Billy, 2:22; Black Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:2G; Zephys, 2:21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. His dam is the fastest saddlo maro in tho county. Haywood lias never met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddlo colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits are natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in (ho lot. SILTO-W- " Black Jack, whito points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bono and musclo witli great head and cars. Ho is by Calwell's Giant, the great Jennott Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is abrother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1S93 for $3,000, with h intorest retained. This Jack has stood the highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at the Shelby county fair, where tho pick of Kontucky arc shown. This stock will mako tho season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, whon Haywood goes in training to mako a record better than 2:20. ZBAILiXu. one-sixt- HAYWOOD SNOW BALL To insure a colt to stand up and suckle $12.00 To insure a marc in foal $10.00 To breed tho season through .f8.00, with return privilege To insure a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Money duo when tho fact is ascertained TIE IS3ivi:S: Best general purposo colt, Finest colt Best saddle colt Marcs pastured $2.00 per month. COLT SHO"W. Best mulo $12.00 Second best mulo $10.00 $ 8.00 Accidents at owners risk. G-- . $10.00 $ 8 00 N. LYDDAN, Webster, Ky. E.LM VIEW FARM! Harry Wilkes, Jr. 1-- Harry Wilkes, Jr. is a black stallion, four years old, foaled May 20th, 1887, is 15 2 hands high, of good power, style and action and of an excellent disposition. Was bred at Valley Stock Farm, Jellerson County, Ky. This Stallion will stand the present seueon at ELM VIEW FARM, commencing March 15th, 1893, and will Bcrvo mares at $12.00 to insuro a living colt; $10.00 to insuro a maro in foal or $8.00 for tho season. Monoy duo when maro is parted with. No responsibility lor accidents or escapes, but all possible care taken to prevent them. Pasturage for marcs from a distance will bo furnished at reasonablo rates. IFIEIDIGKEeiEIEi. lstsiro, Harry Wilkes 1897, by Geo. Wilkes 519, dam Bollle, by Peck's Idol 177, son of Mambrino Chief No. 11 ; siro of Dan 2:22 Geo. Wilkes' 1st dam, Belle Jno. R. 2:23, Barbra Patchen 2:24 Rico 2:32, by Whitehall, full sister to Rhode Island 2:23 siro of Gov. Spraguo 2:20 2 and of Jim 2d dam Schriber 2:21 and siro of Rhodo Island No. 2G7, record 2:23 Whitehall, son of Mag Taylor by Davy Crockett; 3d dam by Bald Homett; Geo. Wilkes 519, by Hambletinian 10, record 2:22 and siro of 52, with records of 2:30 and better, and 93 sires and 36 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list. siro of 39 in 2:30 list, and 93 sires and 3G dams, with progeny in 2:30 list, lstdam, Dolly Span-ko- r by Henry Clay, No. 8. 2d dam Telegraph by Bakers' Highlander. Siro of Harry Wilkes, Jr. has sired tho following colts: Rosa Wilkes, four years old, trial 2:28; Wilkes Kitty Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:48; Fredrick Colt, two years old, trial W., four years old, trial 2:32 Horaco Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:38; Rosalino 2:26; Bonnio Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:36 Wilkes, threo years old, trial 2:18 1-- 2, 1-4. 1-2. 1-1-- 2; 2: Ilam-bletonian, 1-- 2; I CHAMBER U'n j -- t "tho names of many women who ire well known in Now York society. Thoy como, soino of thorn, under assumed names, and many of them with any except tho trunk ouo of wanting to It is truo, .earn how to do tho dunco. However, that many women do undertake stago dancing because thoy consider It oxcollent gymnastic oxorclso and beno-Bcito their health. Others practico it In connection with thoir Delsarto course Others still think tho supplo movomonts nrill improYO thoir gait and carriage, and till others tako a serious and thorough jonrso to reduce thoir weight. ''In tho practico for stago dancing evbi into ery luu.cfo of t hi body is superfluous fl.i is kept activo i lay, down. Several, well known rtwYork actresses, whoso duties never call for any sort of dancing, aro adopts in tho skirt steps, having learned thorn for this yory purpose to counteract o tondonoy to stoutness. Women of all ages, from 10 to 60, nre found in my classes, and tho elder women are, many of them, as light and graceful us their younger classmates All fancy thoy havo a talent for tho work and jnany givo oyldonco pf having prao ox-sual b-- ou t A College For Women Workers. A uniqno institution has been opened ' in England under tho namo of tho Col' lego for Woman Workers. It is primaCHAMBER-- j rily intonded as a residence for ladies carrying on charitablo work in tho district, and also as a sort of training school foryoungor women who intend taking up philanthropic work. Now that it has become such a popular and oven fashion-tbl- o craxo that overybody must do something to olovato tho rest of mankind, second BTonr. this kind of probation service will bo of A small storage room can bo secured in great valuo. Zoal and enthusiasm aro the attic, which may bo reached by a ladder admirable qualities, but in grappling from tho second story hull if desired. Tho with tho intricato social problems of tho foundations of tho houso aro of stono and day thoy aro more potent for good when frame above. The staircase is finished in llghtouk; joinod to oxperienco and discretion. painted innil other woodwork of whito pine coats. The Charity is no longor a sentiment, but a erected for two without abuilding can be 2,500 furnace. If a scionco with fixod principles and laws. furnace is required, it will cost $180 addiLondon Letter, tional. D. W. Kino. I J 3 improvement has within a year suddenly becomo a favorite themo of liscussion. In some states tho authorities havo ruado exhaustive computations of the burden of bad roads und of tho estimated cost of good ones. No denial has been suggested of tho proposition that dirt roads cOst tho icoplo mure than hard ones in tho long rim. The heaviest transportation chargo ujwn aVerago agricultural products Is thut upon the passage from farm gato to railroad station. If tho country can't support railroads capitalized at $12.00 for tho best utility colt; $10.00 for $10,000,000,000, It ought to stand tho exhold in llardinsburg in 1894. h penditure of of that amount in macadamizing tho highways between farms and railroads. Much of tho isolation, backwardness nnd discomfort of farm llfo Is duo to the difficulties of travel, und land might bo expected to approach again its old relation, to other values if macadam could bo substituted for mud. in w tmui mi' Kausua City Times. 1-4. one-tent- 3-- 4; the finest colt; $8.00 for colt in best fix. Colt show to bo G. Ia. HAWKINS, Owner, Hardinsburg, Breckenridge County, Ky & "WantedLive Men to solicit orders for A Tn ou Agriculture. At a mooting of tho Iowa Road Improvement Ubsocintion, a fow days ago, ono speaker said ho had mado a careful computation froiri such data as ho had boon able to obtain of the cost of bad roads, and ho found thoy tax wlint is understood to bo agricultural products fully $183,000,000 annually. Ho thought it a modcrato ostlmato to put tho othor contributions to bad roods by tho remaining truffle of tho country at an equal amount, making a total of $270,000,000. How To Do NURSERY STOCK adapted to tbo South) permanent employment; liberal tetini to local agenli. Write for termi and territory. Itszi How can you do lutinets uttlf out customers? How shall people become customers except they know what inducements you offer to buyers R. G. CHASE & CO., 1430 Mo, I'm ii Square, Philadelphia, Vu. t How shall they hear inducements except It Should Bo in Every J, House. B. Wilson, !171 Clay St., Sharpsburg, Pa., says ho will not bo without Dr, King's Now Discovery for Consumption, coughs and colds, that it cured ills wife who was The Value of u Itimlan Board. Tho JtuBslana had an old law by which any ono who drew hair from another's board should bo fined four timos as much as for cutting off a finger; and the im- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When When When When Baby was sick, wu garo her Cutorla. she was Child, she cried for CutorU, she becamo Mas, she clung to Castorl,' the hod Children, she garu theal Caatorta, rri threatened with Pneumonia after an attack of "La Grippe" whon various othor remedies and Boyeral physiciana had done hor no good. Robert Barber, of Cooks-por- t, Pa., claims Dr, King'a Now Discovery has donahim more good than anything ho over used for Lung Trouble Nothing like it. Try it Froo Trial bottles at Short & Haynea Drugstore. Largo bottles, 50e. and $1.00. portance and vuluo of tho appendage is further illustrated by tho fact that, although tho losd of a leg was estimated at 12 shillings, tho loss of tho beard was estimated at 20. English Illustrated Magazine Latest fade in neckwear at Babbago'B. adierllteinents T How advertise to better advancan you tage than through a paper which fluch a goes to the homes t of through your T & Sclcntlflo American Agenoy for VA m pafier is The flrcchnridge News. OOPYRIOHTS. etc For Information and free IlandbooV write to MUNN & C- XX VuoXUWXT.tiKW YOBS Oldeit bureau for aecurtng patent In America, Krcrr patent taken out br ua la brought bet era tho publio by a notioo gliea f rpo of oharxo In tbo O- ffi3fr Kir OAVKAT8. K MARKS. t,L .vJ mmsWTRADEPATENTS, DE8ION Wi .b Bov. F. C, Iglckart, Now York, Un writes: "A cunt on tho tooG. C. thorn In the flesh, which ' mermost C. Certain Corn Cure' cifully remove." Notice Tax Payers. All persona Indebted to me for taxes muit settle or the 10th da; of Maroh or payment if III be enforced by levy and sale. W, I. KAMSEY.D.S.D.O. Lai-re- 8 un imm ml ih '";,' ' mijiiiijtn ttti'ii h i m ' ? circulation of any aoleatlfta paper In the) wuriu Bplendldlr llluatrated. man tfcoulil be wlthonl It. weeklr. Toari tuotlx montba. Addreaa MuNF VujjLuuiena, 301 Uroadiray, New Vorl smntmt mtmm Poualai tor A when you buy. For tale by Beat W. L. Douslas abo aro Bold OTerywher. Brorybody Bbould wax them. It la a duty yoa owe yoaneli to ret tbo beat Talao tor youri parob ranraaant etUaed abore. aa tbooaanda can teaUIy. WTnko No Subatltntc JMr without Beware offraud. None renulne bottom. W. I Look name and price itampeil oa 1 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE NoTM piioe, Call Sboo In the world tor tbo W. Ii.Dougla, Broakton,I)Iaia. Bold by Ilowillor A: Uuiilblcf on, Cloverport, Ky. ..Hull-- . , v., -- . i. -- Mi, Pmi ' v " THBv U BSEGKMRIDGR M LUALL l.LJU I frwMm.tmi U'WffWW vriW$iWkilto HEXWS, GLOyEXRPOHT, ky. Ph I f I Manufacturers' Agents, Wholesalers, Retailers and Auctioneers - OF t, war-path.- : FURNITURE, CARPETS, - HOUSE - APPOINTMENTS, A R E car-loa- - OFFICE - FIXTURES,Vt on& ETC. " , JEFFERSON ST. THROUGH TO GREEN, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH AVENUES Tho timo is at linnd when CARPETS must be bought, SPRING CLEANING is "on," and tho women are "on tho and uio ninuntn Husbands must "hide out," and the boys must take a hand. Tlio wholo house is topsy-turvIf tho will never he happy until Bho gets tho SPRING CARPET matter (and tho dust she has raised about it) settled. madam is WISE slio'll como to "headquarters" and settlo if. If olio has over BEEN to headnuartere" she 11 not need this VICTIM of misplaced confidence placed at somo other place sho'll find suggestion. If she's a "surccaso of sorrow" In tlio eleganco, tlio vasmess, uio alluring iinanciai possibilities 01 our commodious warcrooms, contain- ing ACRES of Carpets to INCHES elsewhere, " LONG-SUFFERIN- :Jfr!k w 66 Breckenridge Carpet Headquarters :csy Freight paid on all goods within 100 miles of Louisville, excepc on Show Oases, Mirrors and Goods bought all of which-- 1 wo SELL, And besides tho standard GOODS In foquettes, Brussels, Tapestries, Ingrains, etc., etc. MAKE and LAY with enual disnatch and tisfaction in tho LABORING MAN'S COTTAGE or tho JllLLIONAlUE'H uarcs, MAN8ION wo handlo of NOVELTIES which no regular dealer can take tlio risk on. ItoyaHwlHoj 12x15 feet in size, so much esteemed for their unrivaled durability, noveltv of desitrn and richness of colorings rWhere else can you find ono this side of Chicago? A world of other, things in Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoioilms, Portiores, jLae Curtains, etc., etc. Don't invest n dollar in Hnrincr Cnrnotn until vou'vo been to "headauarters" and seen tho siuhts at OiaOno Louis- - '" . villo establishment which is "tho onvy of would -bo rivals and tho admiration of tho public." v la-ft- t yA W- f at auction.- - V' m poit-offic- H---, M if " News. In Memoriam. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1893. MISUNDERSTOOD. Many an act with motive sweet, Lies crushed of IU power ol good, And many a heart whose mufllcd beat Is wholly misunderstood. On April 10th, 1893, Ancil Lockard, son of Rev. P. W. Lockard, died of con- ANOTHER VIEW. And many an eje whose sparkling light Is dimmed by its weight of cire, To such of the world e'er gives the slight It seeks, but the bright and lair. And many a word whose chilling sound, Knwraps the heart's warm blood; And deep from view lies the hidden wound, lkneath the tcary flood. Vit so it Is In this broadcast land, The lights and the shadows play, lint a faithful heart, a loving hand, Could of night make glowing day. Linda Lane. Banking- - and Morals. Subject. Major Clinton McClarty Preaches A Lay Sermon on the Bankers Ought to Bo, and Generally Are, Good Men Not Shylocks or Oppressors. Tlio Courier-Journ- gives the follow- ing account of n lecture by our former county man : "Maj. Clinton McClarty, manager of Clearing-hous- e tho Association and Secretary of the Hankers' Credit and Liability Association, delivered a lecture on "Ranking and Morals" at the Church of tho Messiah last evening. Maj. McClarty gave a brief history of banking, showing that it was essentially moral, and that those who hoped to conduct this business successfully niust obey nature's moral laws. He read passages ' from tho Bible to show that whilo gold and silver were the chief purchasing agents, the people then recognised the necessity of further equivalent commercial articles, and that live stock and tho like were utilized to meet this emergency. The coining of gold and silver was of very ancient date. Tho Bank of Amsterdam was, perhaps, the first to redeem its notes and paper in gold and silver, and gave to the banks of somo of their strongest and wisest features. In his opinion tho Bank of Amsterdam should lie assigned the initial place in modern banking. Tlio lecturer then explained how wo are indebted to tho Jews for letters of credit and bills of exchange, digressing somewhat in this connection to eulogize tho sagacity and character of that people at tho time of which ho spoke. In discussing tho nature of banks, Maj. McClarty said that men who can not trust WtA.JU'V ' " . - -ifi-i- r their banks and bankers are not fit to bo v,ir trusted by the bankers. Banks aro made 4a .arnWJ the depository of personal confidences. Thoy are tlio intermediary between buyer and seller, tho kingbolt and keystone of tho fabric of commercial trade. He defended tho bankers from tho popular charge that they aro Shylocks who cut notes in halves and mercilessly discount had been committed on account of commercial paper. Ho explained that years ago dealings with hanks were surrounded with tedious and embarrassing delays, it bolng necessary to submit notes or like papers to tho Board of Directors, who held a gossiping meeting and took liberties which would now bo resented, in inquiring into tlio personal and moral standing of tho ono seeking a favor. Tho bank President of y must decide quickly and act promptly. Bankers seli priceless jewel. dom amassed fortunes, led moral, domesTHEN IT DISAPPEARED tic lives, and went through life, usually, w itliout attracting any Bpccial attention. and the worjt of skilled detectives to find Maj. McClarty referred but onco to who stole It forms one of the most exciting and fascinating stories 'forged warehouse receipts,' and then as imaginable. simply an ono of a half dozed named causes through which banks may suffer losses, 4?. tho wholo being used to elaborate the idea that tho public exact moro wisdom from Read The Ruby olllcers of a bank than from private business firms, and ovinco a tendency to o Soon to appear In this paper. tlio bankers when their institutions sustained losses. In conclusion, ho emBEWLEYVILLE. phasized tho necessity for bankers pos Public school closed hero last Friday. sessing morality and Integrity. Wo have had an excellent school nnd y Dr. Halo's Household Ointment ono is entirely pleased with tlio PrinIs tho finest remedy in tho world. It cipal and also tho assistant, Prof. O. M. absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- Glvan and Miss Lena Drury. Tho pupils ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko havo advanced quito rapidly. Thonamcs magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most of tlio advanced pupils, who havo receivsoothing manner. Cures inflamed and ed ninety por cent, average or more, aro Granulated Eyolids. Cures Coughs nnd as follows : Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posi-tiv- o Roy Cain, Victoria Payne, Fletcher specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis- Blandford, Mary Blandford, Mary Paul, es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandArthur Wulker, Hattio McCoy, Jesse ing, Corns and bunions aro cured quick- Payne, Wado Drury, Annie Johnson, ly; different from all clso; superior to all Plorco Hardaway, Clara Jordon, Moorman else; it has no equal. 25c. and 60c. boxes. away,Hardawav. Leah Pavno. Lorallnnl. Ollio Paynq, Stella Paul. Overton Largo sizo chtapest, Sold at Short 7 Blandford, Ella Trlpiott, FerJ Hodges, nay Aouii, rncips walker. JIayncs' drug store to-d- sumption in Iuka, Illinois. Ancil was born in Brcckenridgo county, Ky.; November 13, 1807. Throo of his brothers were present at tho funeral. Said Bro. Lockard to tlio writer, "Ancil was always a good boy." Ho entered into tho rest of faith six days before his departure to the saints rest in heaven. It was a comfort to mo to bo with tlio bereaved and ministor to them words of hope and comfort. The church was filled witli sympathizing friends and many were tlio tokens of regards to Bro. and Sister Lockard by tlio people of Iuka. "While I am writing let mo extend greetings to my friends in Brcckenridgo county nnd clsewhcro who may read thesu lines. Ono by ono the old landmarks of my childhood days have been removed. Tho last number of tho News tells of tho departure of Joseph Coshman, Sr. Tho old sexton has pulled tho bell-ropfor the lasttime. I believe that ho was welcomed to his heavenly homo by many, who rang tho bells of heaven as lie entered tho city. His son, Rev. V. F. Cashman, and I professed faith in Christ during thesamo revival nnd entered the ministry about tlio same time. Our fathers have entered into rest, and our mothers are waiting by tho river for the coining of tho boatman For twenty-thre- o years "Will" and I have been toiling in tho Lord's harvest, gathering a fow as we toil on. Still, "Tho harvest is great and tlio laborers few." In former years the danco did not begin until after the corn was shucked, logs rolled or rails split. Will that "Christian" who writes from Tobinsport please help us who are in the midst of tlio Lord's harvest, with both hands full, to garner tho grain, (much of it is going to waste), and then when wo have garnered the sheaves will be tho time to dance or "leap for joy." Ed. Bahnes. Xenia, III., April 14, 1893. o "Iota" ThlnKs That the Dancos Mentioned in the Biblo do not Conform with the Modern Gaits. DAVID, THE MAN WHO COVETED AND PROCURED URIAH'S WIFE, WOULD BE GREATLY SHOCKED, Should he Enter a Ball Room and see the Men and Women Turning Their Backs on Each Other. To-da- y ITS jlJIATTEII OF OPINION. McDaniels, Ky., April 13, 1893. Mr. Editor. In your issue of tho I2th, inst., A Reader of tho Biieckexridoe News" gives us an article on "The Giddy Whirl," which seems to call for a short notico from somo professing to bo on tlio road to heaven. Will you pardon mo for making an attempt to set your "Reader" right? Ho seems to think that tho Biblo favors dancing, in which lie is very unfortunate, if ho means to insinuate that the danco of y corresponds in other intention or form witli that of tho Bible. It must be obvious to tho Biblo student that tho advocates of modern dancing can not draw any inference, favorahloto tho art, from tho fact that holy men and women of old danced beforo tho Lord, as their dancing was most assuredly a religious performance. In all nations dancing was originally practiced only in religious worship. In Greece, Italy, Egypt nnd among tho Hindoos dancing was never an amusement but was strictly a religious ceremony. Tlio origin of this mode of honoring Hie Gods is now hidden in fable. Theophras-tu- s attributes tlio invention of dancing toAndron; Eumclus carries it higher, making Jupiter tlio first dancing-masteGreeco and Italy had theirgodsof war, lovo and wino Tlio danco in Greeco was performed in tho worship of Bacchus tho god of drunkenness. Dancing is now defended on tlio grounds of its being the natural languago of joy. But tlio ancient Greeks, liko tho modern Egyptians, danced at funerals. By Jow and Gentile, Greek and barbarian, it was formerly used to express joy and gratitude ; now wo find it everywhere losing its dovotionnl aspect and assuming tho features of mirth and jollity. The ancient dancing girls wero never held up ns models. They were educated and trained especially for this and other performances, for tho plcasuro and delectation of others. In Longfellow's Spanish Student wo read, to-dar. v: Z'.M ..,.-., ,. Crimes Unnumbered THE "Would you persuade mo That a mere dancing girl, who shows herself Nightly, on the stage Tor money, And with voluptuous motions fires the blood Of Inconsiderate youth, Is to be held A model for her virtue?" hnir-nake- RAJAH'S RUBY to-da- Rajah's de-rid- ov-er- And yet, from tho French Capital, renowned for vice and moral polutlon, do troops of dancing-master- s issuo forth every year and como upon tho nations liko tlio locusts of Egypt; and liko them too, "Dovour every green thing." And aro wo to send our daughters to thorn to bo taught "accomplishments?" What did tho great Roman orator say about men dancing? "Nemo fere sail at tohritu, nitiforle inmnit." Your Reader may Bay in tlio languago of another, "Alas for Cicero I Ho was n poor heathen nnd know no better." To go back to tho Biblo, where the sexes nover danced together, what would Mirlum, or David, or Jeremiah think could thoy bo set down in a ball roo;n and see men and women twirling around on ono too, skipping up nnd down a room all night, profusely perspiring, and turning their backs and faces to each other in a hundred different ways? Or another set whirling off in a lascivious waltz? Would it remind them of tho danco of tho Biblo? No No Tho Biblo does not tench modern dancing. Tho text quoted from Jer., 31 : 13, is on tlio restoration of Israel, "TJion shall the yirgin rejoice in uio tianco ; ootli young men nnd old together." Virgin hero, as elsowhero in tlio Bible, means "Israelite in general ; now called virgin becauso re stored to their ancient purity." Dr. Adam Clark. Your Reader did not quite quoto tlio text in Lam., 3:14, 15. It reads, "Tho oldors havo ceased from tho gate, tlio young men from their music. Tlio joy of our heart is ceased ; ourdanco is turnod into mourning. Tho prophet is lamenting their persecutions, not Bpeaking of mixed dancing, which was not known. redic-ulously 1 1 Tho steady decline of our exports of farm products Is tolling tho story, month by month, ot tho McKinley tariff's ruin of tho American farmor. Though wheat is lower than over before, foreigners can not buy it becauso thoy aro not allowed to send us tho articles of universal necessity that our people want, that tho people of Europo would bo glad to give In exchange for our wheat, corn, beof, pork and cotton. The latest figures from tho Bureau of Statistics at Washington show that our exports of breadstuff's last month wero nearly $10,000,000 less than in March, 1892, and that for tho nine months ending on Marcli 1, there was a falling off of '$8'J,127,000 in tho vnluo of breadstuflscx-porte- d as compared with tho corresponding period of tho year before. Tho hogs, beef and dairy products exported last month brought $3,292,000 less than in Marcli, 1892, while for tho nino months tho shrinkngo amounted to $0,G83,000. Thus, during the nino months ending with March 1, American farmers received from foreigners for breadstuff's, hogs, beef and dairy products $95,810,000 less than ing. Ec.,3:4, "A timo to danco." In tho during tho nino months ending on March 1892. same chapter Soloman says, "A timo to 1, For what thoy have sold at home they lovo and a timo to linto, a timo of war and a time of peace." Does ho mean have received nearly 25 per cent., less that it is right to hato and to have wars? than during tho previous year, owing to Certainly not. Ho is only summing up tho restricted markets and tho artificially tilings that exist ; and after describing low prices for farm products created by tho vanities of life ho says in tlio last tho monopoly tariff. Europeans nnd other foreigners cannot verso of tho book, "For God shall bring take so much as thoy wonld like to tako every work into judgment, with every secret tiling, whether it bo good or whether of our bread, meat and cotton, nor pay it bo evil." And I freely admit that the good prices for what thoy do take, bedanco practiced by tlio Israelites, as a re- causo tho customs taxes levied for the ligious performance, will not, in my opin- enrichment of monopoly manufacturers restricts tlio demand for their wares and ion, come under tho head of ovil. Nnwhero in the Biblo is it evon hinted reduces their profits on what thoy do sell that tho Lord-i- willing that wo shall be to us. Who, then, pays tho McKinloy tax? our own judges as to how and when we Tho foreigner undoubtedly pays part of shall danco. As to King Herod being a drunken sot it, for wo cannot afford to pay him full that is not in the question, only so far as prices for his goods with tho tax added. it relates to tho sin of tho wicked danc- Ho gets less for his wares than ho would ing girl who had him togivo her tho head if tho import tax wero lower, and tho of John the Baptist as pay for her danc- difierenco is exactly tho portion of tho ing. His living with tho wifo of his tax that ho pays. But theso figures from Washington brother during that brother's lifo would seem that ho might bo a drunkard, as show conclusively that tho McKinloy drunkenness and debauchery aro gener- taxes are paid doubly and trebly by tho ally handmaids. If your Reader wishes American farmer, whom it compels not to investigate his character ho can do so only to pay more for tho manufactured by referring to Josephus, who gives a articles ho uses, but also to tako much long account of tho vilo monster who was less for tho produco that ho makes for lead by a dancing girl to behead tho fore- sale- Ono hundred millions of dollars on runner of tho world's redeemer. bread and meat and $100,000,000 moro on IOTA. cotton is about what tlio McKinloy tariff Eleotric Bitters. costs American farmers on their foreign This romdy is becoming so well known trade in nino months. and so popular as to need no special Add what thoy lose by low prices on mention. All who have used Electric domestic sales of produce, and tho agriBitters sing tho samo song of praiso. cultural producers of this country are out A purer medlcio does not exist and it is of pockot not far from $500,000,000 a year guaranteed to do all that isclaimed Electro by reason of tho Republican conspiracy Bitters will euro all diseases of tho Liver, to rob them. and Kidneys, will reraovo Pimples, Bolls, Charge It to McKinloy. Clinrgo it to Salt Rheum and other affections causes Ben Harrison. Chargo it to tho Repubby impure blood. Will drive Malarila lican party, which mortgaged tho pro from tho system and prevent as woll as ductive onorgies of tho United States to a euro all Malariol fovers. For euro of greedy ring of monopolists to pay for ono Headache, constipation and Indigestion moro short lease of power. try Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction But tho farmers are not going to submit guaranteed, or money relunded. Price to this, robbory much longer, When 50cta.and $1.00 porbottlo at Short & Hay-nc- s Congress gets togothor again it will bo Drugstore. tho business of tho Democratic majorities therein to tear up tho wholo monopoly A $3.25 Base Ball Outfit Free to Boys. protective tariff systom by tho roots. Tho Cincinnati Tribune, tho now daily Thoy can't afford to loso any timo doing which lias had a phenoinennl growth for it, either. Tho Republic. a paper only threo months old, nnd which For a number of years I havo been already ranks among tho ablest and best newspapers of tho country, announces a subject to violont attacks of inflammagreat premium offer to boys which will tory rheumatism which generally lasted doubtless still further increaso its rapidly about two months. On the first of this growing circulation. Tho Tribuno offers montli I was attacked in tlio knoo and a genuino Spaulding $1.00 Boys' Lcaguo suffered severely for two days, when I procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Ball ; a pair of 8pauIdlng's$2.00Catcher's Balm and it relieved mo nlmost instantGloves and a 25 cent Bnt to any boy or ly. I therefore most cheerfully recomboys who will send in Six Now Subscrib- mend it to those who aro similarly af ers to the Daily Tribuno for Eight Wcoks flicted ovorywliero. R. D. Whitley. at 12 conte each por week or $5.70 for all. Martindalo, N. O., Feb. 1888. Mr. Full particulars can bo had of Tribuno Whitley is u very promlnont man in this ngonts every whore, orsont to any address placoand his dfseaso was very widoly by tho Tribuno Company, Cincinnati, Q. known as ho Buffered such severe pain, Address Premium Department, W. M. Houston & Co., Merchants, MarCincinnati TitintWE, tindalo, N. O. 50 cent bottles for sale by 214 Main stroot, Cincinnati. Ohio. A. R. Fishor, Druggist. s In Judges, 21:21, it is stated plainly, "When tho daughters of Shiloh como out to dance." No mixed dancing hero either. If your Reador will study tho BjSi moro carefully ho will seo that in Lukc, 15th chap., Christ is not speaking of n "lost boy," or of dancing, when ho says, "There is joy in tlio presence of tho angels of God over ono sinner that repent-eth.- " Imagine, if you can, Christ taking part in a modern danco I Jcptha's daughter came out alono to meet her father with timbrels and dances. She did not send out cards for a "hop," a german or a waltz. Her father had been prcsorved, nnd she was so rejoiced that she took her timbrel and went to meet him, keeping time to her music. Your Reader is right in saying, "tho women came out to meet KingSaul, singing nnd dancing;" and mind, thoy wero women alono and they wero singing. Does that look liko tlio danco of our timo? Ho refers to Jer., 31 : 4. Pleaso read tho chapter. The Israelites, when restored from captivity, would rejoice and they would, as was their custom, sing praises to God for their deliverance, keeping timo witli the danco. But remember tho men and women did not danco together; tlio men sang or improvised a song tho women, in another company, coming in with the refrain. In Ex. 15: 20 "Tlio Prophetess Miriam and all her women danced." Yes, after Moses' song, "Miriam, tlio Prophetess, tho sistor of Aaron, took n timbrel in her hand; und nil tho women went out after her with timbrels nnd with dances." Did you over notico tho words of tlio danco song which sho sang? "Sing ye to tho Lord, for lie hath triumphed gloriously." If our young people will follow their example we will not object .to their danc- J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, DANIEL BROOKS 10NLLE MARKET REPORTS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., LOUISVILLE. KY., April 25, lb93. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, e with shipper's name and address. BUTTER. Choice, country 25 18 Medium Common 11 10 12 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. What McKinley Oost the Farmers. LOUISVILLE, KY. Creamery EGOS. 28 11 30 12 (a) rff1 Fresh Old Kens per doi Roosters POULTRY. CHOLERA FRESH ! Springers ', Turkeys live Turkeyi dressed per lb FEATHERS. Trlme, white goose. Mixed Old i 3 00 to 4 00 3 to 4 6 to 7 12 IS , OUTBREAK' IN BERLIN. No. 1. duck 11IDES, 3J4 45 25 35 26 (5 35 25 35 reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, nil stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho Btomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., ail point conclusively to a bad condition of the stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at once. Mr. H. L. Wilson, Sturaptown. W. "Vn., says : "Lightning Hpt Drops is the best medicine I ever used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. R. L. Blenkinship, ofTooley, W. Va., has this to say: "Last April I had an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in less than twojyjurs. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relioved me instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for eacli and all of tho nbovo complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, andistlio best safeguard known to destroy tho evil effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guarantee : No relief, no pay. Try it once. Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Mado only by Herb dicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anow, in Benin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorica Well Founded. Tlio telegraphic dispatches of January Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins Tub-wash- bit 6 i4 Oii 8M 1 UO 40 WOOL. 32 23 20 15 14 to-d- I 33 24 Grease, fine Grease, coarse Merino Curry and Cuts wharft No, 2 We quote price) HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on Louisville city OATS. 35 22 18 18 oati 37 12 50 12 00 10 00 & 50 Strictly choice Choice No. 2,.. Good Medium Good Bright Straw Choice white Choice shelled HAY. 11 00 U 00 9 00 4 7& (ffi CORN. Good to extra shipping CATTLE. 4 40 3 76 (S 45U 4 65 4 00 4 76 4 25 6 6 6 6 SO (3) 45 Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers HOGS. Choice packing and butchers Fair to good ! 25 4 OU 6 80 a 65 Roughs 6 60 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under,5 50 SHEEP., Good to extra shipping 4 55 Fair to good 2 60 LAMBS. 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